App allows cheaters to have multiple numbers


January 08, 2016

App helps cheaters to have multiple numbers

App helps cheaters to have multiple numbers

A mobile app that allows users to have multiple telephone numbers on one phone has been hailed a saviour for cheating partners.

The free software called Swytch, provides up to five additional mobile numbers on a handset and rather than have two mobile phones, love cheats can juggle their separate love lives by calling or texting their multiple romantic interests by swapping between the numbers.

Chris Michael, CEO of Swytch, said it was unavoidable that the app "could also attract the unfaithful ones."

He added: "The bottom line is, if someone wants to hide something, they will find a way."

Company plans to resurrect dead people

A new company is planning on bringing people back from the dead.

The Los Angeles-based group called Humai, which stands for Human Resurrection Through Artificial Intelligence, are reportedly working on a way to freeze brains and transplant them into an artificial body after death.

Cryonics and nanotechnology will help keep people alive forever and entrepreneur Josh Bocanegra believes the process could be ready by 2045.

Their website claims Humai will: "use a brain-computer interface to communicate with the sensory organs and limbs of your new bionic body."

Child forges letter to get additional school break

A child forged a sweetly worded letter to avoid going back to school, which read "the school company is taking a brake".

A mother shared the note on social media site Reddit and explained: "My daughter got the mail today (it's Sunday), apparently they have another week off school."

The letter read: "The school company is taking a brake so the kids will get one more week of school off and we will need your child to sign their name here (sic)."

The letter then concluded with a line for a signature and a green arrow to keep it looking authentic.

Married man leaves mistress handcuffed in house

A mistress found herself handcuffed to a chair for two days after having kinky sex on New Year's Eve.

The 32-year-old woman got herself into a sticky situation when she woke up on New Year's Day to find her ankles had been strapped up in handcuffs and her married lover had fled.

According to her sister, the conniving gentleman left because he was embarrassed about being seen by her parents.

The victim, who was found by her brother, had to be released by the emergency services and was left with swollen ankles.

A police spokesman told Russian media outlets: "Although she was upset, there are no charges being pressed. It is clear that she was a willing participant in the sexual game, and while she was in the handcuffs for a lot longer than she planned to be, no real harm was done, except to her pride."