Man gives girlfriend’s pal flowers – people assume he’s sleeping with her

A man’s kind gesture has divided opinion.

Max Kupfer sent his girlfriend’s pal Stephanie some flowers in attempt to cheer her up.

He hoped the bouquet would bring a smile to the scorned lass’ face – as she’d been cheated on by her boyfriend days before.

The 21-year-old’s partner Abigail Gibson thought the act of kindness was adorable.

But some cynical Twitter users wondered if Max was trying to woo the jilted woman.

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Abigail explained how the situation arose.

She recalled: “Earlier last week, I was going through my Snapchat stories and saw her boyfriend posted a video to his story of a naked women.

“I questioned it, then immediately after messaged my best friend.

“That same day, a couple friends and I decided to have a girls night with Stephanie.

“During our girls night, filled with eating pizza and chocolate, he messaged me and asked if buying her flowers would be creepy.

“I didn’t think it would come off creepy or over stepping.”

Proud girlfriend Abigail decided to share a picture of the bouquet on Twitter.

She captioned the image: “My best friend was cheated on by her boyfriend and MY boyfriend bought her flowers just to show her that she deserves better than a cheater.

“He knows if he’s dating me, he’s dating my friends.”

The post went viral, swiftly garnering 21,000 likes and hundreds of comments.

While Abigail thought the gesture was very sweet, some didn’t agree with her.

One responder said: “That's sweet, but who's gonna buy you flowers when they end up smashing?”

Another theorised: “Your boyfriend's shagging your best pal.”

And a third added: “Yeah my boyfriend will not be giving my best friend flowers.”

Thankfully, some Twitter users sprung to Abigail’s defence.

One responder insisted: “If your friendships are healthy and your relationship is healthy you would understand the pure love in this.”

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The couple are surprised that their story has sparked so much debate.

And while they’re not fans of the negativity, they are touched by those who have left kind comments.

Abigail added: “I was honestly shocked with the uproar from the tweet.

“I did not expect it to go viral, let alone have negative feedback.

“I have been overwhelmed by the positive comments though.”

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