Published: Sat, October 13, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Man using Google Street View to get direction, catches wife cheating

Man using Google Street View to get direction, catches wife cheating

According to Techspot, a man in Peru discovered that his wife was with another man when he was simply trying to find directions to a bridge in Lima using Google Maps.

He saw a woman sitting on a bench stroking the hair of a man who was lying with his head in her lap. Poor guy was probably lost and looking up where to go, and then he found out he'd lost his wife to another man.

To make matters worse (or just more poetic) the bridge in question is actually named the Puente de los Suspiros, or the "Bridge of Sighs" in English, reported MSN.

The Peruvian couple are now divorced after the husband confronted her with the evidence of her infidelity, and she admitted to having had an affair.

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After the man shared the photos on social media, users commented, berating the woman for cheating on her husband.

The Google Street View vehicles, including cars, bikes and snowmobiles, have captured locations all over the world with 360-degree cameras as they drove up and down the world's roads - bringing accusations of intrusion and breach of privacy.

Before you start searching every town your sweet babboo has claimed to visit during your relationship to catch him or her cheating, please take note that many images captured on Google Street View are years old. "It would have been enough if she said to her husband that she did not love him anymore".

They include people in Tokyo dressed as pigeons, an escaped convict running down the road, a couple having sex by their auto and a woman giving birth.

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