Man Uses Drone With Video Camera To Follow His Wife - Catches Her Cheating

In the past, when a man was suspicious that his wife was committing adultery, he might hire a private detective to follow her around. If he's lucky, he'd get a report, or possibly some snapshots taken from across the street or behind a tree.

One man decided it would be a better idea to put modern technology to use when it came to catching his cheating spouse. He used a drone with a camera to follow her.

John Consiglio posted the video to his YouTube channel after he caught his wife cheating. On his channel, under the username Yaog, he announced that he made the discovery.

"Recently I found out my wife's been cheating on me. Yep... great, right?"

The sad-looking man then plays the video for his viewers, which was taken by drone from high above. He shows his wife leaving their home to go to work. But as the drone followed, Consiglio knew his suspicions were true when she turned at the last minute and started heading toward a CVS parking lot.

“Sure enough, she was going to meet this c—sucker,” says the jilted husband.

Just before getting to the parking lot, she stopped and pulled her hair out of a ponytail and fixed it a little.

“Gotta make yourself look pretty for the guy that you’re about to cheat on your husband with,” he said, getting louder and losing his cool as he spoke.

At that point, a car pulls up near his wife and she goes rushing over to it.

"Here it comes!" he shouts, as she approaches the car. She then leans in and kisses another unnamed man.

"There it goes, boom! Eighteen years, gone!" he shouts.

Consiglio then escalates from yelling to screaming uncontrollably and banging something. "Eighteen f--king years! Gone!"

"I thought we had a good marriage, apparently not," he says as the wife can be seen getting into the car and driving off with her lover.

Consiglio, a photographer, initially filed for divorce after catching his wife in the act of cheating. He also said he was furious with the man she was with.

“I know he’s not the main person to blame in this situation, but I thought at that point I was going to kill him,” Consiglio said to the Daily Mail.

Later, in a follow-up video, things had apparently calmed down. Consiglio forgave his wife and he said they’re now working on reconciling.

In the follow-up video, he introduces his wife, Donna. "I know a lot of you guys are gonna give me a lot of sh-t about this, but I need you to understand that this wasn't a decision that was made lightly. It was a decision that I came to over the course of many, many months, and a whole lot of soul-searching."

It’s not easy to throw away such a long relationship over a mistake, so the mom and dad have decided that it’s worth the effort to save their marriage. The couple have two children together, and Consiglio says he's very happy that they're managing to resolve their differences and get back to where they were. That's all that really counts.

Source: New York Post
Photo: YouTube, MailOnline

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