Woman Tracks Husband’s Cellphone, Can’t Believe Where He Is

One young married mother became suspicious of her husband's sneaky behavior. He started going out a lot, and couldn't account for all his whereabouts. The mother of two young children was positively shocked when her husband refused to spend Christmas with the family. She started doing a little detective work, and busted the creep.

Khadijah Bilal, 33, of Birmingham, England, says her husband's behavior began changing about a year earlier. The 35-year-old started spending less and less time at home after the birth of their second child. He started going out after work, and would stay out until the wee hours of the morning on weekends.

Bilal knew in her heart, as so many women do, that her husband was being unfaithful, but he adamantly denied any accusations and brushed them off.

Then, Bilal got a brilliant idea. She used her husband's own iPhone against him. It used to be her phone, so she knew how track down the phone's whereabouts; and if she could track down the phone, her husband would be with it.

Bilal logged onto the 'Find My iPhone' app, and entered the details on her old phone. It wasn't long before the app pinpointed a house on a map some 10 miles away. She monitored his movements and began to learn his habits. He went to the house quite often.

The house was a multi-family home, so Bilal still had work to do. She had no way of knowing which apartment in the home her husband had been visiting. She hired a private investigator to stake out the house for a few hours and he reported which door her husband was darkening.

Bilal went to the house when her husband was there and waited. As soon as he came outside, she confronted him and the two had it out. The cowardly adulterer jumped into his car with his mistress and sped off. Bilal hasn't seen him since.

She's happy she found out about her husband's cheating ways. She'd rather raise her kids alone than with such an untrustworthy, unfaithful spouse.

Source: MailOnline
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