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FAIRFAX, CA - DECEMBER 13: The Google Maps app is seen on an Apple iPhone 4S on December 13, 2012 in Fairfax, California. Three months after Apple removed the popular Google Maps from its operating system to replace it with its own mapping software, a Google Maps app has been added to the iTunes store. Apple Maps were widely panned in tech reviews and among customers, the fallout resulting in the dismissal of the top executive in charge of Apple's mobile operating system. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Cameras are everywhere and here is further proof.

A man from Peru made a surprising discovery when using Google Maps Street View to find his wife. Reports say the man used the Google tool to see a part of the capital, Lima, at the Bridge of Sighs of the Ravine.

But, when he opened the view, the man caught his wife cuddling with another man on a bench via one of the 360-degree cameras. The photos had been taken in 2013. Though her face was blurred, he recognized her clothing. After her getting busted, the couple divorced.

Google says this is just one of many strange incidents recently uncovered by archives from the traveling Google car camera.

Source: New York Post