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GPS leads way for man to catch unfaithful wife

/ 07:19 PM June 02, 2021
GPS leads way for man to catch unfaithful wife

A stock photo of a Global Positioning System device

MANILA, Philippines — How to catch a cheating partner? The Global Positioning System (GPS) might just lead the way.

A tricycle driver and a woman are now facing cases of adultery and concubinage after an entrepreneur caught them inside a motel in Laguna through a GPS tracking device.


According to a police report, the man has been having some inkling that his wife was having an affair. To put his mind to rest and find out the truth, he decided to secretly plant a GPS tracking device on his wife’s vehicle.

As soon as the woman left their home on Wednesday morning, he immediately activated the GPS tracking device on her car. From this point, the man followed his wife and ended up at an inn in Laguna where he caught his wife and her lover inside a room. The man immediately contacted the police and had his wife and the tricycle driver arrested.


“Pertinent Documents are now being prepared for filing of appropriate charges against the suspects,” the police said.

TOPICS: adultery, concubinage, GPS, Laguna, police, secret affair
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