GUJRANWALA: A woman in Lahore sought police assistance against her husband who had her tracked through an electronic Global Positioning System (GPS) device.
She told the Station Head Officer (SHO) that the husband inserted a tracking device inside her body after a surgery.
A resident of Lahore (name kept anonymous on purpose) appeared before the police at Harbans Pura Police Station and requested to register case against her husband.
Police had registered the case and proceeding further with legal actions.
Parents commonly use modern GPS devices and GPS software to monitor things like speed, acceleration, and location of vehicles controlled by their teenage children. There is also the ability to review a route, seeing how much time is spent in which location.
Families also frequently track their pets, to thwart escape attempts. Oddly, pet receivers often come with a microphone, so you can listen to your dog gnawing its chew toy or barking at neighborhood-terrorizing squirrels.
However, it was the first incident of its kind where a husband was using GPS device to monitor the movement of his wife.