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Security cameras are more popular than ever these days and sometimes it's hard to even remember what life was like before everyone had them.

These days, you can check in on your kitties, make sure your kids are doing their homework and see exactly what's going on inside and outside your home anytime you want with your smartphone. The only downside? Getting caught doing something stupid that you shouldn't be doing.

A woman caught her "baby daddy" on a doorbell camera allegedly sneaking another woman out of the house. The guy attempts to block the view from the Ring camera with his back. You have to pay attention to this video pretty closely to catch the sleeve of another person on the left side of the frame. Moments later, you can see an open car door to the left of him that closes as he approaches it, which is more than likely his unwelcome house guest.

This guy's sly plan didn't go as well as he thought it would and now he's definitely in the hot seat. The video footage gone viral on TikTok for everyone to see what a loser he is. It's also likely inspired lots of viewers to go out and get their own camera system set up.

TikToker @danirey110 posted in the comments below, "Y'all might as well go order that ring camera !!! And thank me later @ring."

Having doorbell cameras has made my life so much easier. If you don't have one, you probably need to jump on board and get one, especially if you suspect you may have a cheater living in your home. You never know...

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