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Suspicious Brits in relationships have been taking to their partner’s phones in an effort to expose cheating, with over a third (35%) freely admitting they’ve done it, new research finds.
In fact, four in ten (40%) of those who have done it say it’s a regular occurrence for them as they sneak away with their significant other’s phone at least once a week. 13% went so far as to use their sleeping partner’s finger print to unlock their phone or tablet.
The survey, commissioned by Hodge, Jones & Allen, was created after an increasing number of divorce cases cited information found on a partner’s device as examples of unreasonable behavior or adultery.
Aston spoke to Jacqueline Major who is the partner and head of family law team of HJA about the research