As if hiding an affair wasn't hard enough, technology is making it even harder.
Marina Voinova logged onto Yandex Maps, the Russian version of Google Maps, to search for her Perm street address. When she switched to the map's street view, she was confronted with the photo of her fiance kissing another woman.
"When Sasha came home, I immediately called him to the computer and asked him to find that address in the map," she told LifeNews.ru. "When the image loaded, Sasha's face changed in color. I looked in his eyes, waiting for an explanation."
Unlike Google, Yandex doesn't blur people's faces, making their identification much easier.
After being presented with the evidence, he confessed to the affair and tried to convince Voinova that the girl meant nothing to her, but it didn't work. Voinova ended the relationship.
"At first I regretted searching for that address on the Internet, but eventually realized that it was silly to blame the web for my boyfriend's unfaithfulness," Voinova said.
Back in 2009, a woman began divorce proceedings after seeing her husband’s car parked outside another woman’s house on Google Map's street view.
The angry wife was able to spot her husband's car immediately “because of its blinged-up hubcaps”, The Sun reported.