If you were adopted and decide to track down your birth parents, no matter how emotionally jarring it is, it can't turn out as poorly as THIS.
A 39-year-old woman in Brazil named Adriana was given up by her mother as a baby, and adopted.
But a Brazilian radio show was able to track down her mother, Maria. And when Adriana talked with her, she learned she also had a BROTHER . . . Maria had given up a son for adoption too. And his name was Leandro.
And that was a big problem. Because Adriana is married to a 37-year-old guy named Leandro . . . and it's the SAME Leandro. They're long-lost brother and sister.
Adriana and Leandro met 10 years ago, they got married seven years ago, and have a six-year-old son together. They knew they both had long-lost mothers named Maria, but it's a common name, so they never expected it was the SAME Maria.
But they say they still love each other and plan on staying together . . . even though they're brother and sister.
These coincidences are actually more likely than you'd think . . . there's a phenomenon called genetic sexual attraction where people who are closely related are drawn to each other if they meet for the first time as adults. (Daily Mail)