Infidelity in Singapore - the danger years

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

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
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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 Singapore - the danger years. Subscribe