After enlisting his help with her own windows, the pair struck up a friendship during breaks, which soon turned into stronger feelings.
Several users on Reddit have urged the father to take a paternity test before "spilling the beans" about the situation to his son.
Mumsnet users were divided on whether the woman should have spoken up about the man's "gross" behavior.
"That's disgusting." Mumsnet users urged the woman to go out and leave her husband to deal with the mess alone.
If the past couple of years have taught me anything, it's that nothing is promise or guaranteed, not even lifelong friendship.
"Ahhh the consequences of neither s***ting nor getting off the pot," said one reply on the now-viral post.
Users on Mumsnet had plenty of opinions after the woman, who is 37 weeks pregnant, was ignored on her birthday.
Since her defamation trial against ex-husband Johnny Depp, UN web pages referring to Heard have quietly disappeared.
"We both work full time so evenings are the only time we get really like most parents I guess," the mom said.
"If she needs to lose weight that's on her. She doesn't get to dictate your diet," wrote one commenter.
"They may have been drunk, but that does not change the fact they meant what they were saying," one commenter wrote.
"Why are you still in a relationship with him if he doesn't see this as a partnership and turns nasty when his behaviour has consequences?" one commenter asked.
For the most part, viewers whose names or profile photos suggested they were men shared amusement and praise.
She says that when she was 8 years old, she accidentally broke a vase—and her stepmom gave her dad an ultimatum: his wife or his daughter. He chose his wife.
"He knew he couldn't drive himself home," one commenter wrote. "He should have brought money for an Uber to go home or to a hotel if needed—or stayed home."
"Why are you with a sneaky thief like this?" asked one commenter. "You need to go to the restaurant, give this woman your tip and apologize."
"My phone was flooded with text messages," she wrote. "Ding after ding I think I got close to 15 texts."
Several users on Mumsnet have said that she "can't trust him" and "can do so much better than this."
Several readers questioned whether the man's deliberate, continuous interruption of his wife's sleep constituted a form of abuse.
Eileen Thomas asked about Karin Rother, who would be in her 60s now, on a daily basis.
"Women talk." Reddit users warned the man that his fling with his daughter's best friend won't stay secret for long.
"I chose me and I would choose me again," Baldwin said in her deeply personal TikTok video. "It's your life, it's your choice."
Ellen Schultz, known as @drellenlovecoach on TikTok, is a self-described love coach who uses her platform to advise how to be a happy wife with a happy life.
The woman said her boyfriend tried to take a mayonnaise packet from her plate two months ago. When she refused to let him have it, he got upset.
Digital methods such as instant messages and emails are favored instead, according to research.
"This may cost him his marriage. And if he goes ahead with it then that's his choice. You've done all you can," one user commented.
Users on Mumsnet advised it's "an accident waiting to happen" and that the woman should "stop all contact" with the neighbor.
"This did not occur under my roof," Sheen initially said when his daughter Sam "Sami" Sheen, 18, joined OnlyFans. "I do not condone this."
"I'd be done. Drink makes the truth come out," wrote one commenter on the viral post.