Cheating Partner? Catch ‘em in a Honey Trap
Suspicious, desperate lovers rejoice! There’s now a way to trick your significant other into cheating on you!
The Honey Trap is an agency out of the UK designed to help people who suspect their mate is having flings on the side.
“You know your partner is up to something but cannot prove it – perhaps they have had affairs before and you simply want an excuse to throw them out! Whatever your reason we have the answers” claims the website, offering “a vast selection of investigators of all ages, all descriptions and with different levels of education. Each one is trained and equipped with video and visual recording devices and their aim is to encourage a further meeting by telephone texting and emails.”
After hiring a “Honey” (Yeah. That’s what they’re called), you wait for them to engage your fiancé or partner in verbal flirtation. As soon as the pretty spy gets under their skin, they solicit them for a fling. If your partner agrees, well, then everybody’s screwed (except the “Honey”, who gets paid for making people miserable).
If you’ve ever been cheated on, you know it’s one of the worst things in the world, but for some reason, The Honey Trap rubs me the wrong way. There’s something really odd about setting up someone you supposedly love. Why stoop to their level? Besides, if you’re suspicious enough to hire an agency to follow and coerce your partner, chances are the person really is cheating. There. I just provided a free service. No spy agency needed.
Entrapment is never a good way to say I love you.