Husband divorces his 'cheating' wife after spotting her cuddling and stroking her 'lover' on Google Maps | The Sun

A HUSBAND has divorced his wife after catching her "cheating" with another man on Google Maps.

He saw the damning satellite pictures of his spouse cuddling up to a stranger while planning his route ahead of a long drive.

The compromising photo showed her sitting on a bench with a man's head in her lap.

The pair appeared cosy as she stroked his hair.

Her unsuspecting husband caught on when he recognised the outfit the woman was wearing as the same clothes his wife owned.

And despite the pictures in question being snapped back in 2013, he furiously confronted her.

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She then admitted to an affair and the pair went their separate ways.

The photos were taken by a Google camera car in Lima, the capital of Peru.

The pair were apparently enjoying a romantic rendezvous by Lima's Puente de los Suspiros de Barranco, or Bridge of Sighs of the Ravine.

When the heartbroken husband shares images of his wife's betrayal online, many expressed their opinions.

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One even said: “Out of 100 women, 90 per cent are not loyal and only have one eye (hahaha) or are immortal (hahaha)."

Someone else diplomatically added: "What a small world it is… It would have been enough if she said to her husband that she did not love him any more."

It's not the first time someone's questionable behaviour has been captured by the online tool.

A homeowner recently scrawled an X-rated message on their roof to "mock their nosy neighbours" who were spying on them through Google Maps.

Google's images showed a birds-eye view of a black roof which had "watch p*rn, not me," scrawled on top in white-coloured block capitals.

The message appears to be a swipe at Google Maps enthusiasts whose hobby is to search aerial images for interesting discoveries – or perhaps some nosy neighbours.

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