I discovered boyfriend's creepy Facebook habit while I slept – watch out for it

A WOMAN noticed something weird about her Facebook account and soon realised her boyfriend was behind it.

TikToker Zoe Hollibaugh became suspicious after her friends list on the platform mysteriously started going down.

After digging a bit deeper, it turned out only blokes were disappearing.

This led her to the conclusion that her other half must have been meddling with her account as she slept.

"I was wondering why my friends list kept going down every night," Zoe says in a viral video.

"He be unfriending dudes while I’m sleep."

Others shared similar concerning experiences in the comments.

"I found out he was actually talking to other girls which is why he was so insecure of the guys on my fb lol," one said.

"My ex did this too LEAVE HIM," another warned.

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Zoe was able to check using the activity log feature found in Facebook's settings.

It can be found on any smartphone by going to Menu and tapping the settings cog icon.

From there, swipe down to the section titled 'Your information' and select Activity log.

Under 'connections', tap the View Connections button.

From there, you'll be able to see anything your account has been up to regarding friends, which includes friend requests you've received, friend requests that have been accepted or rejected, as well as any friends who have been removed.

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