During the lockdown period, suspicions of infidelity have surged, with many clients seeking our services to confirm or deny their fears. In this case study, we share the experience of a client, who for the purpose of confidentiality, we will call Hazel.
Hazel works for the NHS in Manchester and has been at the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic. Her partner, David, worked in Liverpool but was placed on lockdown and started working from home on reduced hours. The couple agreed that David would self-isolate to minimize the risk of infection, and he resorted to cycling for daily exercise.
One day, Hazel returned home to find David out on a bike ride. She called his phone, which she found upstairs, and David appeared with a frightened look on his face. Hazel grew suspicious and waited for David to sleep, then checked his phone to discover deleted call and browsing history. The following night, she discovered David had changed the screen lock code. She also detected a woman’s perfume on his cycling clothes, which David denied.
Hazel’s suspicions escalated when she noticed a scratch mark on David’s back after unexpectedly walking in on him in the shower. David denied any wrongdoing but agreed to take a lie detector test to clear his name.
Contacting the Experts
Hazel and David contacted www.liedetector.co.uk to schedule a test and hopefully resolve their situation.
As infidelity suspicions continue to rise during the lockdown, it is essential to have access to trustworthy resources to confirm or deny these fears. Lie detector tests can provide valuable information to help couples address and resolve their doubts.