A FURIOUS husband is divorcing his cheating wife after spotting something suspicious on Google Maps.
The photograph is one of a long line of freaky images taken for the Google Maps and Google Street View online resources. As he searched through the street view, he happened upon a screenshot of a woman who looked remarkably like his wife sitting on a bench on a lovely, flower-lined street, with a man resting his head on her lap.
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The picture itself was taken back in 2013, but was still recent enough to pique the husband's curiosity.
It rapidly dawned on the man that the clothes were identical to those worn by his wife on many occasions.
A couple was caught canoodling on Google Street View by an eagle-eyed husband.
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A Peruvian couple have divorced after a truly freakish story - with the aid of Google Maps.
The man shared the photographs on social media, where his followers commented that "it's a small world" and berated the woman for not being honest with him before she was caught. The name of the couple is not known, but the local media confirmed that they have got divorced. Although the advent of technology makes its easier to find ways in times of need, who would have ever imagined, it would serve as a proof of infidelity.
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