Beeline said:Spidiver said:Beeline said:On behalf of womankind; sorry. That is pretty freakin' low! Best bet really is to confront her about it, they must have a certain level of whatever to be married/dating in the first place. I would stay out of it, and stay away from him, you don't want your friend to be the 'baddy' at the end of this.
They've been married 27 years and he's been working away saving up for their retirement, he's come home to find absolute evidence that she's now shagging around, my oppo just wants to trace the guy.
Before he jumps in feet first, he wants as much info as possible, they are on holiday at the mo and he's asked me to try and trace the guy whilst their away.
He's my oppo, and was best man at my wedding, very unlikely he's coming out of this as the bad guy.
Women can be manipulative though, someone I work with rogered her way around half of the town while her hubby was on Ops, everyone told him about it but as there was 'no evidence' in the divorce she claimed he was acting unreasonable, and now in the settlement has loads. So in short, he deffo needs to find some way to trace him! Facebook is always pretty good, and a lot of people have open profiles so you can view piccies etc. The phone route, he has obviously been sly about that, and blatantly they would not have saved any messages etc, again- women are manipulative sometimes. How about mutual friends (more his friends) who have been in the area over the time? Any unusual stamp on her passport, or if they have a join account; credit card? Emails, any registrations for 'chat' sites such as Skype, MSN etc- usually they send the login details too. Letters or any other info with his deets on, (usually knicker drawer or wardrobe btw) possibly she might even have a seperate mobile?
Cannot think of much else at the moment, but I am sure somewhere there be answers!
I'll leave all that side to him, he's asked me to try and trace a number whilst he's away.
Was hoping that someone might know someone who knows someone who may have access to an O2 shop...er *cough* if you know what I mean.
Not that I'd ever ask anyone to do anything illegal.