Woman told live on radio her husband joined Ashley Madison

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RADIO hosts Fitzy and Wippa put the call out on air to catch cheating spouses, but the pair got more than they bargained for.

As part of their show the Nova FM announces were checking through the Ashley Madison database that was released to the public by hackers.

Jo (not her real name) called in to the show with suspicions her husband was cheating.

"When that thing came on the news about the Ashley Madison hack he sort of went a bit funny. I looked at him and said 'what's up' and he said 'nothing'," said Jo. 

But things weren't adding up.

"I asked him straight up and he said don't be stupid we've got two kids.

"The hours have changed, his phone is very close to him now and bits of money, where have they gone, not really sure. 

"He's very snippy when I question things."

Fitzy and Wippa then did a search for Jo's husband's real name.

"I feel like we're on Jerry Springer man," said Fitzy.

And then they drop the bombshell, Jo's husband has an account.

MORE: Secret's out: Hackers post stolen Ashley Madison data online

"Aree you serious? are you kidding me? These websites are disgusting," says Jo before abruptly hanging up.

"I don't know if we should have done that, that hasn't left me with a good feeling," said Wippa.

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