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

Ruben Fields
October 13, 2018

A Peruvian man was hoping to suss out the best way to get to a bridge in the capital city of Lima via Google Maps, but instead chanced upon the shocking image of his wife cuddling another man.

According to the Epoch Times, the man was looking around his neighborhood in Lima, Peru, near the Bridge of Sighs, when he spotted a familiar hairstyle.

The man was planning a route ahead of a drive when he spotted an image of his wife sat on a bench stroking the hair of another man with his head in her lap.

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.

According to the local media, the woman admitted to having an affair and the pair, who haven't been named, later divorced.

The couple, whose names have not been revealed, divorced as a result of the wife's affair.

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The photos had been taken by a Google camera auto at Puente de los Suspiros de Barranco [Bridge of Sighs of the Ravine], in Peruvian capital Lima in 2013.

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.

Google street view has a lot of positives, as it helps a lot of us finds places we need to go.

The picture itself was taken back in 2013, but was still recent enough to pique the husband's curiosity.

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

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