His suspicions were aroused while checking out the best way to reach a bridge in the Peruvian capital of Lima.
According to Techspot, a man in Peru discovered that his wife was with another man when he was simply trying to find directions to a bridge in Lima using Google Maps. Sounds odd? Well, a Peruvian man was shocked when he saw pictures of his wife hugging and cuddling up with someone else on Google Street View photos. While moving the camera around at street level, he saw a woman sitting on a bench with a man's head on her lap. On observing the clothes of this woman, he was disheartened to figure it was his own wife.
The man went on to confront his wife about her infidelity following the discovery of the picture from 2013.
The couple, whose names have not been revealed, divorced as a result of the wife's affair.
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The man later divorced his wife, who confessed to having an affair.
A Peruvian couple have divorced after a truly freakish story - with the aid of Google Maps.
The man recently shared the photographs on Facebook where they made a big impression on users.
The Google Street View vehicles, including cars, bikes and snowmobiles, have captured locations all over the world with 360-degree cameras as they drove up and down the world's roads - bringing accusations of intrusion and breach of privacy.