A football fan caught on kiss cam with a woman before then looking nervous has admitted he was cheating after the clip went viral.
Hundreds of thousands of people viewed the clip which saw the man – reported to be Deyvi Andrade – cosy up to a woman at a football match in Ecuador .
He sidles up up for a smooch, putting his arm around her, then appearing to clock he is appearing on the big screen during Barcelona Sporting de Guayaquil's match again Delfin.
The footie fan then looks nervous, quickly moving away from the woman and sheepishly sitting in the stands as the camera lingers.
Speculation ran rife across the social media that the awkward fan was caught out as he was playing away with another woman.
And now Andrade has reportedly confessed to his cheating ways in a post on Facebook and Instagram.
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“If it was a woman was in my place what would you do?,” he wrote in Spanish, reports Metro.
“Various videos have been circulating of unfaithful women but they haven’t been made fun of as much as me.
“I’m going to defend my honour and my pride as a man until the end.
"We all fail and we all repent, thank you to those who have invited me to church and if I go it is so I can heal my family.
"No one is going to be able to damage my image, God is big and strong and these women who are criticising me, I know too have cheated but they still comment."
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Andrade then addressed his partner, and said: “I want to go back to living these moments by your side.
"I am really sorry and this is why I’ve come out in public to comment on this nonsense, so I can ask you to forgive me.
"I’m so confused but I want to get you back."
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The clip spread further in the UK after it was played on Good Morning Britain – with both Piers Morgan and Susannah Reid muttering “oh dear”.
And then rock band Nickelback who chimed in on social media, mocking him to their 749,000 followers.
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