How to Catch Your Guy 'Pulling a Tiger'
Though if you suspect him this much, why bother sticking around?
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 9, 2009 12:56 PM CST
This is a June 15, 2008, file photo showing Tiger Woods reacting after sinking a putt during the US Open championship at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego.   (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara, File)
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(Newser) – Thanks to all sorts of new technology, it’s easy to catch your guy “pulling a Tiger Woods”—but if you suspect him enough to stoop this low, please, just dump him, writes Kate Harding for Salon. The sneakiest methods:

  • Your phone: Leave your (location-sharing) smartphone in his car, then use your Google account to follow your phone—and him. Of course, you’ll be sans phone, but “who needs to check in at work or make plans with friends and family when there's sleuthing to be done?”

  • His phone: Use the Reverse Cell Phone Directory service to find out who’s calling him. “I would suggest that asking is another way to find that out, but who am I kidding?”
  • Her phone: Use SlyDial to connect directly to the voicemail of a strange number you find on his phone. “What? You say that does sound a little stalky for your tastes? Come on! I mean, you're not putting him under video surveillance or anything!”
  • Speaking of video surveillance: Install a hidden webcam…though “if you think installing a webcam to keep track of your husband's movements sounds like a good idea, A) your relationship is almost certainly not worth saving, no matter what you find out, and B) you should probably see a therapist about your control issues.”
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