A Peruvian man has divorced his wife after discovering intimate photos of her with another man on Google Maps.
The man had been researching the best way to reach a popular bridge in Lima, the capital of Peru, when he spotted a familiar figure in one of the Google Street View photos.
It showed a woman in a white top, jeans and heels, sat on a bench stroking the hair of a man who was lying down with his head in her lap.
He noticed that the woman’s clothes were identical to those he had seen his wife wear on several occasions – and when he looked closer, he realised it was her.
The photos had been taken by a Google camera car at Puente de los Suspiros de Barranco [Bridge of Sighs of the Ravine], in Lima in 2013.
The man angrily confronted his wife with the evidence of her past infidelity, and she admitted to having had an affair.
The unnamed couple later divorced, according to local news media.
The man shared the photographs on social media, where his followers commented that ‘it’s a small world’ and berated the woman for not being honest with him before she was caught.
The Google Street View vehicles, including cars, bikes and snowmobiles, has captured locations all over the world with 360-degree cameras.
This has inevitably resulted in some funny and bizarre moments captured on camera, including a couple having sex by a car at at unknown location, an armed robbery in South Africa and half-a-dozen people in pigeon masks in Japan.