Published: Sat, October 13, 2018
Technology | By Lionel Gonzales

Husband divorces wife after spotting her with another man on Google Maps

Husband divorces wife after spotting her with another man on Google Maps

A man in Lima, Peru, caught his wife cheating with another man, thanks to a photo of them together posted on Google Maps.

A Peruvian man has divorced his wife after he discovered that she was cheating on him through Google Instant Street View the investigator.

But before you start searching every town your beau 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. He said she confessed to the affair.

Could you imagine a more awkward situation? Poor guy was probably lost and looking for directions, and then he found out he'd lost his wife to another man.

He'll never be able to search for directions again.

In the capital of Lima, Google Street View captured a photograph of a man and a woman on the bench.

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Though the woman's face was blurred out, as is the norm with Google Street View, he immediately recognised her as his wife, based on her clothes and appearance.

The man recently shared the photographs on Facebook where they made a big impression on users.

He saw a woman sitting on a bench stroking the hair of a man who was lying with his head in her lap.

The man angrily confronted his wife with the evidence of her past infidelity, and she admitted to having had an affair.

It quickly dawned on him that the image would have been taken back in 2013 when Google first sent out cars fitted with special cameras created to digitally map out roadways.

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