Girlfriend In China Discovers Missing Boyfriend Is In Norwich With His Wife And Children

Posted by Aleena in Fails On 14th June 2022
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Rachel Waters put out a desperate plea on Facebook to find her missing partner, just to discover he was already seeing someone.

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After an international manhunt for her missing partner, a lady in China discovered he was back in Norwich with his wife and children.

When Rachel Waters' partner, Paul McGee, went on a 'visit' to the UK in April but never returned, she was left 'heartbroken.'

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She sent a message on a Norwich community Facebook page six weeks after he disappeared, hoping that someone might be able to offer information on his whereabouts.

According to The Sun, Ms. Waters posted a photo of the couple taken in China and expressed her concern that "something might have happened."

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However, the message was discovered by a friend of Mr. McGee's partner, who disclosed that he had a wife and children.

The post read: 'I have an unusual ask. My boyfriend, Paul Magee, and I live in Shenzhen, China.

'He went home (Norwich) at the beginning of April to visit and was supposed to be back in China by now.

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'However, I have not heard from him recently and am worried something might have happened. If anyone knows of anything, please reach out to me.'

A friend of Mr McGee's partner, of Norwich, replied: 'Not really funny is it. He has a Mrs and children and I really feel for her right now!

'And another girlfriend in China it seems.'

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Ms Waters, who is known for her funny 'dating fails' on her YouTube channel, later took down the post.

A friend of the couple told the newspaper: 'Paul and his partner didn't see each other for two years.

'He recently returned, and they sort of got back together. They have been separated and got children. They've thought, "Let's give it another go".'

It is claimed that the relationship between Ms Waters and Mr McGee's partner did not overlap.

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