You Won't Believe What This Man Caught His Wife Doing After Planting A Tracking Device In Her Car

A man who planted a tracking device in his wife's car, has ended up making a shocking discovery about the woman.
Andrew Hunter
Andrew Hunter, a 41-year-old father who hid a tracker in his wife’s car, ended up exposing her immoral affair with another man.

According to The Sun UK, the man has however been slammed stalking laws after a court sentenced him for the crime yesterday.

Suspicious recruitment firm boss Andrew Hunter also bugged the purse of his missus Joanne, 37.

The husband found out that she was seeing another man called “Tom” who she had met on dating site Plenty of Fish, JPs heard.

Joanne, his wife of five years, drove to a police station after her 41-year-old husband texted to say he knew where she was thanks to the tracker.

He was arrested for stalking after a cop found the gizmo. He admitted the charge — but angrily said as he walked free from court that he only pleaded guilty on legal advice.

Hunter, of Hartburn, Stockton-on-Tees, stormed: “This is not what stalking legislation was brought in to protect against. This is a very different scenario.”

His lawyer had told the court in Middlesbrough: “Trying to find out whether a spouse is engaged in an affair through non-violent means could be a reasonable excuse defence.”

Hunter got a community order and was told to pay £485 in fines and costs.

His wife, who has now quit their home with their two kids, also won a restraining order. She said in a victim impact statement: “I am now constantly looking in my rear view mirror to see if he’s following.”

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