A SUSPICIOUS husband used a drone to catch his wife cheating — and then posted evidence of the alleged extramarital shenanigans online.
In a video posted to YouTube this week, John Consiglio displays drone footage he claims is proof of his wife’s illicit rendezvous with a man in a drugstore parking lot, close to their home in the US state of Pennsylvania.
“Sure enough, she was going to meet this c — sucker,” the dejected husband says in the clip.
“Gotta make yourself look pretty for the guy that you’re about to cheat on your husband with,” he says as the footage zooms in on the woman fixing her hair.
The video shows a woman getting into the passenger seat of a car, which then drives off.
Consiglio, a photographer, told the Daily Mail that he has since filed for divorce from his wife, with whom he has two kids.
“I know he’s not the main person to blame in this situation, but I thought at that point I was going to kill him,” Consiglio told the site. “I let myself cool down for a couple of days and I didn’t even show her for two days. “And after that initial anger, I was devastated. Now that’s moved into a real state of emptiness and a worry for my children,” he said.
A couple of days later he followed it up with a second video in which he seemed to have calmed down and explained why he sent the drone out to follow his wife and thanked people for sending through messages of support.
He said he was “tipped off by a mutual acquaintance” about his wife’s infidelity which prompted him to follow her with the camera drone.
He also said his wife was upset that he posted the video to YouTube and admitted it was “a bit of a dick move to air their dirty laundry.”