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Sunday night, the Real Housewives of Atlanta returned with a drama-filled season premiere that had folks talking.

At the center of it all was a fissure in Peter and Cynthia’s marriage that only seemed to get worse after a video emerged of Peter getting a little too close to a woman in his bar.

While Cynthia and Peter are already struggling to cope with his absence–he spends most of the week in North Carolina running his other restaurant–the video definitely seemed to aggravate their problems.

Peter tried to downplay his actions (of course), while Cynthia picked up on her husband intimately grabbing the woman by her neck and whispering in her ear while his hand slid oh-so-close to her breasts.

Peter is an admitted a flirt, but when does flirting cross the line into straight up disrespect for your partner?

Let us know where you come down on this debate in the comments section below! 

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    The video speaks for itself. No married man should be touching on another woman like that when he has a wife at home. Peter is just wrong for what he did. That is why months ago that he apologized to his wife and to his children because of what he did. Peter claims that the woman is his friend. The wild thing is that he’s overly defensive about it months later and he’s cursing out women about it. That’s highly uncouth and that is morally wrong. There should be boundaries. When a person says inappropriate comments to someone, touches someone inappropriately, acts inappropriately frisky towards someone who is not a spouse, or tries to cheat on their spouse, then those actions are crossing a line. There is nothing wrong with showing humor at parties or having a legitimate conversation. Yet, anything that crosses the line is wrong. We have to respect each other and respect couples who are married. Cheating has caused heartache, pain, and hurt among many people. No one should cheat. We have to grow and learn lessons in life.