A user of cheating site Ashley Madison has been outed on live radio after a suspicious wife phoned in and asked the hosts to check her husband's email address against the list of hacked accounts.
The woman phoned DJs Ryan "Fitzy" Fitzgerald and Michael "Wippa" Wipfli on Australian radio network NOVA after they encouraged women who suspected their partners of cheating to call their show, News.com.au reports.
"We've found a website that all you need to do is put in an email address or a username and it will tell you if your name has popped up on Ashley Madison," said Fitzy.
Jo, which was not the woman's real name, called the show to say that when the Ashley Madison hack came on the TV news her husband "went a bit funny".
"I asked him straight out and he said, 'Don't be stupid, we're married, we've got two kids'."
The suspicious wife told the radio hosts how her husband had been "snippy", changed his work hours recently, and kept his phone close to him.
"I feel like we're on Jerry Springer," said Fitzy.
The hosts put the man's details into the site and told the Blacktown woman that he featured on the site.
After a few seconds of awkward silence, Jo said, "Are you serious?" News.com.au reported.
"Yeah I'm sorry," said Fitzy.
"Are you freaking kidding me? These websites are disgusting..." said a distressed Jo, before hanging up.
News.com.au says it was immediately clear that the radio hosts regretted the on air incident.
"I don't know if we should have done that," said Wippa.
"That hasn't left me with a good feeling. What a horrible situation to be in."
Wippa then urged Jo not to jump to conclusions.