cheating wife

A Singapore Man discovered that his wife is cheating on him and has been for a long time. He created a blog to track the events and record his feelings throughout. 

He had tracked his wife's SMS converstations with her lover through Handphone Spy and published the content on his blog. 

Apart from being torn apart by the fact that his wife is cheating, the man has also discovered that his daughter is not his own but his wife's lover's. 

He worries that Singapore's women's charter will make the court process very troublesome:

His blog reveals that he had known for a long time but had been looking the other way "Simply because he loved her a lot"

I loved her with all my heart and she has broken my heart.  I no longer have any tears but only revenge is on my mind.  I hope by using all these evidence against her, that the Women’s Charter will not grant her anything.

Details from the blog show past SMS conversations of the wife and her lover (click for a larger version **Warning: Sexually Explicit Content Inside**):


The man shares that now, he is living in a hotel room out of a couple of suitcases following a confrontation with his wife. 

Upon returning from a business trip, his wife admitted she knew he was tracking her and she admitted to her infidelity. 

We ended up arguing.  Seriously, how can a woman who has pledged to love you and take care of you ever do something like that to another.  Being cuckloid is one thing but to be lied to time and again.  Anyway, went home.  I saw my daughter and just hugged her for the longest time.  If anyone out there is a dad, you will understand that a child is innocent.  I really would like to publize this whole event but the only thing stopping me is seeing my daughter.  I would give anything to make her happy.  I know some people think it is a dumb thing to do.  But the child is really innocent and if there was no children involved, I am sure you would be reading this in the New Paper shortly about the next sex scandal in Singapore.

The man has expressed that he is certain he wants to get a divorce, but he is concerned about the well-being of his daughter. 

He is thankful to the commenters on his blog saying that the have given him some much needed support:

I read all the comments on the blog and to be honest, I wish I had the time to reply or comment.  But I do like to thank everyone who has shown concern to me.  I really appreciate it.  It is hard going through this alone really and sometimes some of the things said have been very touching and offers of help or to listen to me are greatly appreciated.  It shows that Singaporeans do care and it also shows that a majority of people do have morals still.  

*The author blogs at