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Amorous plumber caught on CCTV ‘having sex with another man’s wife’

Amorous plumber is caught on CCTV ‘having sex with another man’s wife in customer’s house while he was in Turkey with wife and children’

  • Father-of-four Michael Williams hired Mike Wilson to do work on his bathroom
  • A camera in the front room pointing towards the driveway recorded sex noises
  • Mr Williams recognised the blonde woman leaving his home as his friend’s wife

A plumber has been caught on CCTV having sex another man wife’s while his customer was on holiday with his wife and children.

Michael Williams, 34, hired Mike Wilson, 42, to do some work on his bathroom at his home in Kendal, Cumbria, while he was away with his family in Turkey.

But Mr Wilson didn’t know there was a camera installed in the father-of-four’s front room pointing to the driveway outside, and it captured the plumber’s van parked there one evening.

Unfortunately for the amorous plumber the camera recorded sex noises, and Mr Williams recognised the blonde woman leaving the property as his friend’s wife, as reported by The Sun. 

Michael Williams, 34, (pictured) hired Mike Wilson to do some work on his bathroom at his home in Kendal, Cumbria, while he was away with his family in Turkey

Michael Williams, 34, hired Mike Wilson, 42, (pictured) to do some work on his bathroom at his home in Kendal, Cumbria, while he was away with his family in Turkey

Michael Williams, 34, hired Mike Wilson, 42, (pictured) to do some work on his bathroom at his home in Kendal, Cumbria, while he was away with his family in Turkey

Mr Williams, a cleaner, texted his friend telling him that his 37-year-old wife has been seeing someone else. 

At one stage in the clip, Mr Wilson apparently spots the camera, describing it as a ‘f******g Dalek thing’ watching them ‘on his couch drinking beer.’

Mr Williams, who did not see the footage until he returned from his holiday, said:  ‘I was speechless and thought how low can you get. 

‘It’s disgusting to do that in someone else’s house where children live.

‘My wife Becca was in tears because it was a complete abuse of trust.

‘And there was no way we could let our kids sit on the sofa again so we gave it away.

‘Mike’s not getting a penny, not now we need a new sofa.’ 

Mr Wilson declined to comment to The Sun.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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