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Husband divorces wife after discovering her in intimate pose with another man on Google Maps

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A man, from the Peruvian city of Lima, who received the nasty surprise of finding his wife behaving intimately with another man has reportedly divorced his cheating wife. Curiously, the unsuspecting husband stumbled upon evidence of his wife’s infidelity while looking up directions on Google Maps.

According to the Metro UK, the man had been trying to find the best way to get to a specific bridge in the city on Google Maps when he chanced upon the image of a woman who looked extremely familiar in a Google Street View picture.

In the picture, the woman is seated on a bench at the Puente de los Suspiros de Barranco (Bridge of Sighs of the Ravine) in the city and can be seen stroking the hair of a man who is lying horizontally on the bench and resting his head on the woman’s lap.

Noticing that the woman’s clothing looked startlingly identical to the clothes that his wife wore, the husband took a closer look and discovered that the woman in the picture was his wife indeed.

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Noting that the picture had been taken by a Google camera car back in 2013, the man confronted his wife with the evidence of her infidelity leading her to confess to the extramarital affair.

The man later shared his story and the photos he found on Google Maps anonymously to local reporters.

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