There are some people who have to do buildings to avoid being caught doing illicit activities like “Chapo” Guzmán, but there are others who do it to not be caught in extramarital activities.
This was the case with Alberto “R”, a bricklayer from Baja California, who for several weeks was in charge of building a tunnel between your home and the home of your neighbor and lover, Pamela “R”.
The man, who lives in the Villas del Prado 1 neighborhood, in Tijuana, he took on the task of connecting his home with Pamela’s with an excavation that he himself carried out. Thus they could be “discreet” in their adventure when visiting it.
According to social networks, it was in one of these meetings that Jorge “R”, Pamela’s husband, discovered them. Lovers had sex at the time the husband arrived home, after leaving his job as a watchman early.
Alberto then proceeded to hide under the bed, and when Jorge looked for it, he actually found a hole.
But the story did not end there, but Jorge he went into the tunnel and when he arrived, he found the room of Alberto’s house. There, according to the entity’s media, was the wife who was asleep in bed. Alberto then “begged” Jorge to make no noise, so as not to wake his wife.
However, Jorge ignored the request, and this caused the wife to wake up. According to the media, they both started hitting the unfaithful man. The neighbors then alerted the authorities, who upon arrival decided to take Alberto away for their own safety.
The reasons why couples cheat in the middle of a pandemic
Quarantined married and engaged couples are fighting more over conflict – when to have sex, according to an April survey of 1,200 married and engaged couples who remain homebound by the Lasting app.
Only the 18% of the couples surveyed reported satisfaction in communicating with their partner, and the biggest source of conflict was the frequency with which they had sex, followed by purchasing decisions and then phone time.
He 40% of the couples surveyed report spending more than 20 additional hours per week with their partners as a result of social distancing. This means that the couples are doing a bit of everything together: TV marathons, working on home projects, or cooking. However, uncertainty stimulates emotions like anxiety and stress.
For most people locked up and working from home with their partners, it’s hard to imagine having a minute of peace. But, contrary to popular belief, people are still managing to cheat, and cheating sites are seeing an increase in users seeking dating since the pandemic.
“Many couples face a full-time coexistence, not only do they sleep together, but they eat breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner, work, cook, shop, clean and even do physical activity together. It is possible that for some this somewhat atypical scene is a full enjoyment, a unique opportunity to share everything with the other. However, the logic of the whole, of the full time, is usually exhausting for many and conspires against desire”, Assured to Infobae the psychoanalyst Agustina Fernández, member of the Argentine Psychoanalytic Association.
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