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Some time ago a lady called the agency. She wanted to find out if her husband was going to work or not. They had been married for 23 years and in all that time they had had separate money. She was still working now and believed that her husband was also working. She told us that he left the house in the morning and took his sandwiches and flask with him. He would return home at the usual time having eaten his lunch. The only thing that was suspicious about it was when she saw a colleague’s wife in the supermarket and she said that she had been involved in making teas at a charity event run by the company and she had not seen the client’s husband there.

Our client didn’t think too much to this at the time but our client was sure there was something wrong. When she called him at work he answered the same phone and there seemed to be the right noise in the background. She wanted us to follow him in the morning and see where he ended up. She didn’t want us to call the office in case it was a terrible mistake on her part.

We did as our client asked and we followed her husband. He started by driving in the right direction to the office however, he parked his car a few streets away and walked to a cafe on the outskirts of town. He stayed there and ate breakfast and read the papers. He left the cafe a couple of hours later and went for a walk around the park. He fed the ducks with his sandwiches and he sat on a bench and drank the drink in his flask. He made his way to the county court and went into the visitors’ gallery and stayed there for most of the afternoon.

We reported this back to our client who was not at all surprised. She called his work and they told her he had finished working over six months ago when he won the lottery. She confronted him and he admitted to hiding the fact that he had won and the money because he didn’t want to share it with her.

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