Infidelity in Singapore - the danger years

Sammi Cheng and Andy Hui in concert back in the 1990s. Technology and social media make it easier today to catch a cheating spouse - they might get tagged in suspicious photos or posts on Facebook or Instagram. PHOTO: APPLE DAILY
Sammi Cheng and Andy Hui in concert back in the 1990s. Technology and social media make it easier today to catch a cheating spouse - they might get tagged in suspicious photos or posts on Facebook or Instagram. PHOTO: APPLE DAILY

Counsellors see a marked increase in infidelity cases involving couples in their 30s and 40s

He started exercising and giving himself a makeover. His sudden transformation raised his wife's suspicions and she found out he was having an affair.

A private investigator revealed that he was indeed cheating on her - not with a woman like she had thought, but with a man. The couple, as well as the third party, were in their 30s and early 40s.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 20, 2019, with the headline 'Infidelity in S'pore - the danger years'. Print Edition | Subscribe