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December 7, 2012
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Jealous husband complains ... My wife keeps taking men's numbers
Crystal Harrison, Staff Reporter

Fifty-nine-year-old repair technician Joseph Garry* has a big problem with his wife because he claims that she has a habit of giving random men her mobile number.

Garry told THE WEEKEND STAR earlier this week that he is desperately in need of a lie-detector test to find out if his wife, 31-year-old Sandy Johnson, has been cheating on him.

"We have been together for over 10 years, and we have three children, but I need to find out if she has been cheating. She said she don't have anything to hide," Garry said.

Johnson, who is a housewife, didn't have much to say to THE WEEKEND STAR, except that she probably lied once.

"Him probably have doubts because I told him a lie one time about a man I did meet, but we never do anything," she said.

Garry, the more talkative partner, told THE WEEKEND STAR about several scenarios which caused him to be suspicious of Johnson.

"Earlier this year, I send her to Kingston to collect some books for me and she leave out early in the morning and came back late in the evening. When she came back, her phone was just ringing off the hook, and she refused to answer the phone. When I answered the phone, I heard a male voice and the man hang up the phone. When I asked her about the strange man she said it was a man who she had met in town. She said it was a man who sells bracelets on the roadway who did ask her for her number," Garry said.

Johnson said that she don't even know why she had given the male vendor her phone.

"Nothing didn't really happen between us, di man did say that him like me and he wanted just a friend. That was a mistake still. I shouldn't really give him my number," Johnson said.

Garry also told THE WEEKEND STAR about another incident in which he claims his wife hid a number in her phone without a name.

"There was this time when I had to borrow her phone because I didn't have any credit and I ran in this number. The number was saved under some symbols, not a name and when I asked her about the number, she said that she don't know how the number got into her phone," Garry said.

THE WEEKEND STAR understands that when Garry called the number, a taximan was at the other end of the call.

"I don't know how that number got in the phone," Johnson said.

Garry also said that there is a copy of a land title that he cannot find, and his wife claims that she knows nothing about it.

"Maybe, she is innocent with this one, because I sold a car recently and maybe it got misplaced. We don't have any other problems, just these doubts are bugging my brain," Garry told THE WEEKEND STAR.

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