Cheating is a choice, not a mistake.
This Facebook post by Viral Muafakat Johor went viral and received quite a number of backlash from netizens because of how “unethical and immoral” it is.
The post by Facebook group, Viral Muafakat Johor shares how a Syariah student conducted research in which the “unknown respondents” are people’s husbands.
The aim of the research is to identify the reasons why husbands are prone to cheating on their spouses.
The post continues to explain the methodology of the research in which the “researcher” flirts and goes out with the respondents at least twice a week.
“80% of the respondents started to fall in love and ask for my hand in marriage only after two weeks”
The “researcher” stated 5 conclusions she obtained from the research, which were;
- The wife spends too much time on social media,
- Wife looks unappealing and messy,
- Wife does not want any intimate activity,
- Wife does not respect her husband anymore,
- Other women are more attractive.
The “researcher” ended the post by apologising to one of the respondents’ wives because she “accidentally” fell in love with the husband.
Netizens are fuming with anger
Reading the post by Viral Muafakat Johor made netizens angry by how horrible and unethical the research was.
One Facebook user just simply left a short comment saying, “Disgusting women (the researcher) for real”.
Another user was also angry at the researcher mentioning how being a Syariah student, there are plenty of other things that the researcher could have made research on.
The story also reached Twitter as user @ayyputeri reposted and shared the Facebook post there.
The caption reads, “I hope your research gets a grade F from your lecturer,”
Receiving 12.1k retweets and 17.1k likes, other Twitter users are also in disbelief and rage because of the research.
“This is the most unethical and immoral thing I have ever read”
Angry at how dumb the research is, one Twitter user commented, “Wow, this is another level of ✨stupid✨”
“Don’t stop at the grade. Make sure she doesn’t graduate. Disgusting to the core…” commented one user adding to @ayyputeri‘s point.
Another user even wondered how did the research proposal even got approved by the researcher’s supervisor.
Despite all the backlash received, many strongly believe (us too) that this story might be untrue due to how ridiculous and unethical the whole research procedure is.
Let us know your thoughts on this “research” in the comments down below.