Woman Catches 26-Year Old Husband Cheating With a 72-year Old Woman
A 24-year old woman from Birmingham has caught her husband of one year cheating on her with a 72-year old woman, Metro reports.
The woman hired private detectives after becoming suspicious of her 26-year old husband’s frequent absence from their home.
According to Metro, agents from Carter Harris Group Investigation tracked down the the husband and who he was cheating with and presented the client with video evidence.
The wife told Metro:
I just don’t believe it. I put guilt on myself. I could not understand what I was hearing and seeing.
When I viewed the video footage and saw who the other woman was, well, it was just a total fog of disbelief.
This older woman should have known better.
The wife continued:
He was distant all of a sudden. He wasn’t around. There was little conversation and he started to disappear. He said he was having to stay late and travel away for work.
Her husband’s fling was not however the only discovery the investigators made.
The wife continued: “They uncovered that he’d registered with several dating websites. What I was hearing reported back just didn’t seem to match the man I knew and loved.”
Surveillance tracked the cheating husband to a hotel 60 miles from the family home.
Even investigators at Carter Harris were said to have been shocked when they discovered the man with the 72-year-old mum of two and grandmother of four.
Daniel Shaw, a senior detective with Carter Harris told Metro:
She suspected her husband was cheating on her and wanted to find out once and for all.
It didn’t take us long to catch her husband out, and once we did, the details came as quite a shock.
It’s the physical signs that are the most obvious to watch out for. Changes in dress, coming home later and later.
Taking their phone everywhere with them, leaving it face down… These are all warning signs – and the phone can be the key that reveals everything.
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