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Tamil Nadu Man files complaint against Google Maps for causing trouble in his Marriage


Team Udayavani, May 23, 2020, 4:01 PM IST

A man in Tamil Nadu has filed a complaint against Google and its Maps App for showing him to have visited places that he says he did not.

The complainant is R Chandrasekaran who is a resident of Lal Bahadur Nagar in Mayiladuthurai.

Sources claim, after he reaches home from work, Chandrasekaran hands over his mobile phone to his wife, who then checks the Google Map’s ‘Your Timeline’ section to find out where he had been throughout the day. But, the list of places included spots he never visited.

The last incident took place just a couple of days ago when his wife accused him of being somewhere he wasn’t and even though he denies being at such places, his wife refuses to believe him which leads to unpleasant altercations between the couple.

Police officials claim that no official complaint has been filed as they are trying to verify its authenticity.

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