A savvy woman has revealed a hack to quickly find out if your partner has nude pictures on their phone – and according to others on social media it actually works
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Many of us have been tempted to snoop on our partner’s phone to find out if there’s any photos on there that shouldn’t be. Now one woman has come up with a simple trick to find out quickly – without the need to scroll through thousands of pictures.
Taking to TikTok to share the hack, Leah Louvaine (@leahontheline) has revealed it’s a fool-proof way to find out whether partner is sexting someone else, whether that be exchanging naughty pictures or keeping inappropriate images of an ex.
The 25-year-old, who hosts the podcast Leah on the Line, admits that her methods are “toxic”, but believes it’s important for her to help women who may suspect their partner might be cheating on them.
In a Tiktok clip taken from her podcast, she explained: “Do you want to know if your boyfriend has nudes on his phone? Because I can show you how to do it. I’ve literally got a hack.
“Here is what we are going to do – we are going to get our boyfriend’s phone, we open the camera roll, we search ‘brassiere’.”
According to to the Londoner, if you search that on your camera roll, it will come up with any nude, underwear or bikini pictures they may have stored.
She added: “You never know when you might need to pull that trick out of the bag.”
Leah tried the hack on her own phone, and was happy to share the hack with other women who are worried about their partner’s behaviour.
Leah explained: “I used my own phone to test the hack. I found bikini pics and my photos from underwear collaborations.
“I’m still shocked at how clever the search tool is.
“Lots of people went straight to their camera roll, then came back to the comments section to confirm that it works.”
One user said: “Me: I don’t wanna know. Also me: watches the whole thing.”
Another person added: “News to me that there was even a ‘search’ option.”
However, one person added one potential flaw with the method – that it wouldn’t work if they had a ‘hidden’ folder on their camera roll which needs Face ID for it, to which Leah responded with a red flag emoji.
One user found that it had worked for them, saying: “Oh my god it works… currently single but I will take this information forward with me.”
A second confirmed: “Did it on my own camera roll. It works.”
A third added: “Great tip!”
Another user shared: “We all just tried this on our own phones and found a bunch of dirt we have on ourselves. Time to delete some things.”
Luckily, someone else who tried the trick found that it worked – but their partner only had naughty pictures of her.
“Toxic but true,” said another user.
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