Monthly Archives: June 2013

She yells at her husband’s mistress: convicted by the Supreme Court

tradimento-1The moment when you discover a betrayal is certainly catastrophic. Hysterical scenes, screams, sleepless nights. It’s not unusual public insults and injuries. These could also bring serious troubles, as happened a few months ago to a woman aged 43, guilty of having yelled in the city center, a few meters from the court, against her husband’s mistress, a lawyer.

So the woman had to pay over 800 euro fine. The words have offended the physical and exterior appearance and have adversely affected the personal and private life of the woman, whose image has been tarnished even within their professional environment.

It’s true that in private everyone is free to do what he believes, but isn’t the same thing in the public field. In any case, you can even forgive the betrayal, but first, there is an inner journey to make, not simple.

The problem is not in the mistress, but in their relationship. After a betrayal is fundamental restore confidence in partners. What to do? It would be obvious to say that it takes some time, but often this isn’t enough.

In many cases, after a betrayal, the “victims” don’t wait simply the passage of time, but prefer to safeguard themselves and their dignity. For this reason often install on the phone the traitor, a spy software that allows you to monitor his movements, his telephone traffic and also to listen what is happening in the environment that surrounds it. In this way they can check if it was really an episodic attitude or if it’s the end of a relationship.

The same type of software, that you install in a few moments on the phone that you want to keep under control, it’s also used to discover a betrayal or to monitor the sons behavior. In short, we can’t live without!

Adulterer escapes from the window

It’s a funny example of a soap opera come to life, a video has surfaced from Brazil that depicts the hilarious struggle of a man attempting to escape a cheating woman’s bedroom after her husband has come home. And it’s out a third story window.

As the drama begins, a husband and wife are seen arguing on the third-floor patio of an urban apartment building. “Who shirt is this?” – demands the husband in Portuguese. The wife angrily flings the shirt into a whooping crowd that has gathered below. Their fight is juicy enough as is, but just off to the side a man appears in the couple’s window.

Shirtless and angry, the man may be an adulterer but he’s awfully quick-thinking. He tosses out the window an escape rope he’s managed to fashion from knotted t-shirts and bravely begins to climb down. On a window sill below, he stops. The cackling crowd mocks both him and the woman’s husband. “Cornudo”, the growing audience yells at the husband, a Portuguese word for a man being cheated on.

The passersby chant “Jump!”, as emergency workers arrive to assist the struggling man. And he does just that. A soft mat is placed below the shirtless man and the crowd cheers as leaps and bounces down to the street. Barefoot and scowling, the shirtless man gives the woman and her husband a good shake of the fist, then shakes it at the crowd for good measure and marches out of view.

A story that can make people smile, but it could have a much more serious epilogue, as often happens. Many people, to avoid bad surprises like these, install a spy software on the partner’s mobile phone that allows you to listen calls, read incoming and outgoing text messages, listen what is happening around the phone and also control its position. So it works discretely, it doesn’t raise suspicions and helps you to understand if there is a shadow of betrayal.