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Cheating Husband At Work

A couple of months ago a lady referred to as the office to say that she thought her husband was cheating. She told us that it all began a couple of months ago. A brand new woman had started at her husband’s workplace. Because she began he started staying late and going on company nights out. He gave her a story about it getting his duty as a manager to ensure she got the hang of her job. Before this woman started he had never ever worked late or gone in in the weekends. Our client also told us that her husband had lost some weight and was beginning to wear smarter clothes to work and even wearing aftershave when he has a beard.

We talked our client via the whole scenario. We had dates and times of telephone calls and text messages. None of the messages exactly where anything other than work related but our client was positive something was going on - women’s intuition. She wanted us to follow her husband from work to see what he was as much as. She wanted two sessions of six hours over a week. We stated we would follow him from perform and catch him on video and in photographs.

We decided to follow the target on a Tuesday and Thursday night. He left perform in the usual time on both nights and headed off to the local pub. He met up with a couple of other people from perform, which includes the target woman and they sat about drinking. Men and women began to leave soon after a couple of rounds of drinks. The only folks from the perform place had been our two targets. When everybody else had left they got a bit closer touching each and every other’s legs and smiling at one another. They left as soon as they had finished their drinks. We followed them and they ended up at her address. There was some kissing and cuddling on the doorstep and then they went in. He stayed in the house for about an hour after which went residence.

We had video and photos from both days and we compiled a report that we gave to our client. She was satisfied we had enough evidence and she went to see a solicitor.

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