With the rate of infidelity on the high, people are beginning to discover new and effective ways to know if a partner is faithful or they are cheating. There is nothing that hurts more than a cheating partner and people are beginning to use science to confirm suspicions that their lovers are unfaithful.
South Africans are reportedly turning to infidelity DNA testing to confirm suspicions that their partners are unfaithful. The numbers using this service is increasing.
All the suspicious lover needs is to get the ear wax, dental floss, toothbrush, used tissues or handkerchief etc of the partner they suspect is cheating and for between R950 and R3,000 these items can be tested to show a partner is cheating.
Several companies in South Africa are already offering this service and they can reveal if a stain contains human DNA and whether it comes from a male or female. The test boasts a 99.9% success rate.
So would you try to test your partner to know if they are cheating?