Woman Has Suspicious Feeling About Husband, Tracks Phone to Last Place She'd Expect

A wife and mom in the UK tracked down her husband and his new lover using the “find my iPhone” app.

33-year-old Khadijah Bilal is from Moseley, Birmingham, and notes she became suspicious after she noticed a change in how her husband was acting last spring.

She pointed out he now barely spent any time at home, and would not come home until 2 or 3 am on the weekends.

When she got pregnant again, she put it to the back of her mind until he made up excuses to not spend three weeks with her family over the Christmas holidays.

When he refused to change his behavior after the birth of their second child, she began to suspect he was cheating.

The tech savvy housewife then logged on to the Find My iPhone app with log in details she had from when she owned the phone he currently had, and managed to track him down to an address a few miles away.

She decided to “catch him in the act”, so she monitored her husband’s movements for a month using the app.

She then employed a private detective who spent two hours watching the street pinpointed by the tracker to work out which number he was visiting.

The detective spotted him and finally Khadijah had the address of where her husband was going.
Khadijah confronted him outside his young lover's home a few weeks ago, but the coward just drove off with the woman in the car, and he has not returned since.

Despite being left with two young children, the brave mom remarked she has no regrets about secretly spying on her husband.

She says: “I had to prove to myself, to my family and to his family what he was doing. I also had to have it confirmed for myself, for my own sanity.”

Khadijah went on: “It was very difficult. I had to really control myself. I used the tracker because I thought it would be the only way to be confident about what was actually going on. I outsmarted him. He thought he was so clever getting away with it, but he wasn't.”

It was close to a year ago she first noticed he was going out more, seemed frustrated at being at home with the family, and was spending a lot more time “at the gym”.

Source: MailOnline
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