Monday, 5 August 2013

Funny but not so............See how Relationships are attacked by the Internet....................85113

1. The wife who found pictures of her husband's wedding to another woman at Facebook

Lynn France, a wife who suspected her

 husband was having an affair, found

 he was actually married to another

 woman through a simple Facebook

 search. All she had to do was type in

 the name of the woman she believed 

her husband, John, was seeing. The 

pair had been married at Disney World,

 no less, with France's husband dressed

 as Prince Charming, and his new bride

 as Sleeping Beauty. There was like an 

album of 200 pictures there. Their

 whole wedding. She had grown

 suspicious when her husband began

 taking frequent business trips, even 

leaving the day the couple's newborn

 son came home from the hospital.

 Once, she found his passport at home 

when he was supposed to be in China 

for business. She once caught her 

husband with another woman in a hotel

 so a girlfriend recommended checking

 the woman's Facebook page, where

 France found further evidence of the 

relationship and confronted her

 husband once more. She claims he

 promised he would not go through with 

the wedding – but it wasn't until she

 saw that he had, that she finally began

 divorce proceedings. Her husband took

 her children and left her without an

 explanation. She has not seen her


since, who are now living with their 

father and his new wife in Florida.

 Ironically, the only glimpses of her 


 now come from the Facebook page

 where she found his new wedding 


2. The man who was flirting online with a 21-year-old bimbo... who was actually his wife

Stephanie Davies may be in her late

 30s, but she learned how to chat just

 like a 21-year-old-girl. When she 

discusses Simon Oldham, she tends to 

use a series of acronyms and 

shorthand. SXH (Stupid Ex Husband) is

 a favorite, closely followed by BFL (Big 

 Fat Loser). Suspicious that her 


 of seven years was cheating on her, or

 at least capable of infidelity, she posed

 as a much younger - and less eloquent

 - woman on Facebook called Laura

 Willsham. And then asked Simon if he 

wanted to be her 'friend'. Well, Simon,

 44, was certainly fooled. His replies to

 his newfound Facebook 'friend' were 

flirtatious from the off, and culminated

 in crude sexual suggestions. At several

 points he tried to arrange a meeting

 with his young admirer, clearly

 expecting a sexual encounter. Little

 wonder his jaw fell to the floor when


 wife hit him with the news that his 

internet 'conquest' was actually her, 

furiously tapping into her own laptop

 and raging as she read his suggestive

 responses. Simon had confessed to

 'Laura' that he had a wife but also

 another girlfriend - one, in fact, he has

 gone on to marry.
The pair divorced, bitterly, just after 

their baby's first birthday, and eight

 weeks later Simon married the woman

 from Australia, the woman he had had 

an affair with and whom he had

 described to the fake Laura as


3. The couple who got divorce after the husband was caught banging virtual prostitute in Second Life

A British couple who married in a lavish

 Second Life wedding ceremony is

 getting divorced after one of them had

 an alleged "affair" in the online world.

 Amy Taylor, 28, caught husband David

 Pollard, 40, having sex with an

 animated prostitute. The couple, who

 met in an Internet chatroom in 2003, 

are now separated. Second Life allows

users to create alter egos known as 

"avatars" and interact with other

 players, forming relationships, holding

 down jobs and trading products and

 services for a virtual currency

 convertible into real life dollars. The

 couple's real-life wedding in 2005 was

eclipsed by a fairy tale ceremony held 

within Second Life. But Taylor had

 subsequently hired an online private 

detective to track his activities: "He

 never did anything in real life, but I


 my suspicions about what he was


 in Second Life." Pollard admitted 


 an online relationship with a "girl in 

America" but denied wrongdoing. "We 

weren't even having cyber sex or 

anything like that, we were just 

chatting and hanging out together." 

Taylor is now in a new relationship with

 a man she met in the online


 game World of Warcraft. 

4. The man who killed his wife of 35 years with guinea pig ornament over a Facebook love rival

Joseph Richardson murdered his wife of

 35 years after learning that she was

 going to leave him for another man. 


killed Janette by stabbing her and 

hitting her with a guinea pig ornament. 

Mrs Richardson had earlier told him


wanted to leave him for an old friend

 she had got in touch with through

 Facebook. He had phoned his wife's

 friend, Graham Walker, in England, on

 the day of the murder and told him:

 'You are going to feel like I feel in a

 couple of hours' time.'

Mr Walker was said to have been 

distressed by the call and contacted the

 Richardsons' eldest daughter, Joanne

Richardson had fetched two fishing

 knives from the garage and took the


 from his younger daughter's bedroom.

 During a row with his wife about her

 meeting with Mr Walker, she went to

 walk away and he hit her four or five

 times with the ornament. The

 Richardsons married in 1974 but the

 court heard that by last year, there 

were 'significant marital problems'. Mrs

 Richardson, who worked as a nurse in


 residential home, was unhappy in the 

relationship and had indicated she 

intended to leave. She had made 

contact with Mr Walker and they kept in

 touch by calls, texts, Facebook and, 


occasion, meetings.

5. The man who stabbed his estranged wife to death after she changed her Facebook status to 'single'

A father stabbed his estranged wife to

 death in a 'frenzied attack' after

 discovering she had changed her

 Facebook status to 'single'. Edward 

Richardson, 41, was high on a cocktail

 of cocaine and alcohol when he 

smashed his way into her parents'

 home and used a carving knife to kill

 26-year-old Sarah Richardson as she 

lay in bed. The carpenter stabbed his

 wife with such force he shattered her

 ribs. She also suffered puncture 


 to her liver and a slashed aorta. The

 couple had separated three weeks 

before the murder after arguments

 about the amount of money being


 on cocaine and the father-of-two

 Richardson's refusal to have children 

with Sarah.

6. The man who was attacked with sulphuric acid for engaging in a relationship with a married woman he met online

25-year-old Awais Akram was left

 severely disfigured after he was 

targeted in revenge for his liaison with

 businesswoman Sadia Khatoon, whom

 he met on Facebook. When her 

husband and family found out, they got

 Ms Khatoon, 24, to lure the victim out

 of his flat, where concentrated 


 acid was poured over his head. He 


left with 47 percent burns. The 

woman's brother, Mohammed Vakas,

 later admitted pouring the acid on Mr

 Akram, during a taped police van

 conversation with cousin and fellow

 conspirator Mohammed Adeel. During

 the attack, the men received

 instructions from Ms Khatoon's 

husband Abassi, who was in a hotel 

room near Heathrow with his wife. She

 was on the phone with the


 victim who was telling her his 

whereabouts. The attackers are now 

facing a life sentence. 

7. The woman who killed her ex husband's avatar after he divorced her... virtually

A man divorced his online wife's avatar

in "Maple Story", a Korean virtual world

 similar to "Second Life", and she, in

resulting anger, killed his character. 

The 43-year-old Japanese piano

 teacher's sudden divorce from her

 online husband in a virtual game world

 made her so angry that she logged on

 and killed his digital persona. The 

woman used login information she got 

from the 33-year-old office worker

 when their characters were happily

 married, and killed the character. The

 man complained to police when he

 discovered that his beloved online

 avatar was dead. The guy was so

 broken up about his dead character he 

called the police and had the woman 

arrested. She was charged with illegal

 access onto a computer and 

manipulating electronic data. If 

convicted, she could face a prison term 

of up to five years or a fine up to


8. The Married man who drove 400 miles to meet a Facebook woman... only to discover it was a hoax set up by rival football fans

A married Manchester United supporter

 drove 400 miles for what he thought

 was going to be an affair with a


 he had chatted to on the internet - only

 to discover it was a hoax set up by


Liverpool fans he had met on holidays.

 Stuart Slann, 39, from Sheffield, made

 the trip to a remote farm in Scotland 


 meet a woman he had been flirting


 online for weeks. But when he arrived

 at the house 'Emma' was nowhere to  


 seen. Three hours later the pranksters

 called him and confessed it was all a 

trick. They taped the conversation and 

put it onto video-sharing website 

YouTube and Facebook accompanied by

 an embarrassing photo.

Mr Slann's wife, Louise, 32, then 

discovered that he had intended to 

have an affair and ended their 

marriage. He had met the two unnamed

 Liverpudlians during a holiday in 

Cancun, Mexico. The three spent the 

time arguing about their teams who are

 bitter North-West rivals.

9. The £5million soccer player who got dumped by his wife on Facebook

Footballer Michael Chopra split with his

 wife of seven months after she dumped

 him on Facebook. Heather Swan, 24,

 let her husband know their marriage 

was over by changing her status to

 single on the social networking site. 


 former couple are now locked in a


 war of words and the Sunderland

 striker, who earns £30,000-a-week,

 has updated his own page with the 

words: 'Heather will have a new 

number tomorrow, ha ha,' after

 cancelling her mobile phone contract. 

Their wedding at Orchardleigh House,

luxury hotel in Somerset cost 

£250,000. I guess money and fame

 doesn't free you from being dumped 

 the Internet

10. The man who was so upset about his wife status changing, that had a bike incident and got into coma

 sneering: 'So, single again mate, eh, 

 eh? Fancy going to a club then?' 

 went home and asked his wife if it was

 true that she'd divorced him online

 without the decency of telling him


The day after he told her he was hurt

 about what she'd done on Facebook,


 came off his motorbike, sustaining a

 serious head injury that almost ended

 his life. He went into coma for 2 


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