Is YOUR partner having an affair? Private investigator reveals giveaway signs, from being short-tempered to joining a gym

Not to mention the old classic – lipstick on the collar.

They are all signs your partner is cheating, according to Tom Martin, California-based private investigator.

Tom, president of Martin Investigative Services, has now written a book detailing the 20 clues that most likely indicate infidelity.

But he warned people not to panic if they had spotted a few tell-tale signs that their partner was playing away.

In his book, Seeing Life Through Private Eyes, Martin said spotting one or two warning signs was not a problem.

But four or more was usually a reason to worry, he said.

"If you have three or four, you have a problem,” he told the Independent.

And he waned the internet and smartphones had hugely changed how people cheat – enabling easy connections.

“The game has changed drastically,” he said. “And technology is 100 per cent the reason why.”

Her are the 20 signs people are cheating:

  • Changing habits
  • Leaving the house early and returning late
  • Business trips
  • Holiday or family event absences
  • Excessive overtime
  • Unexplained spending
  • Secret accounts (Instagram, email)
  • Hidden credit card bills
  • Extra grooming
  • Scent of someone else (typical lipstick on the collar)
  • Buying gifts you haven't seen
  • Unexplained items – condoms in the car are a giveaway
  • Joining a gym
  • Missed calls from an unknown number
  • Coded or secretive text messages
  • Less sex
  • Evasiveness or defensiveness
  • Obvious lies
  • Prickliness or short temper
  • Hate surprise visits (your unexpected arrival may come at an inopportune time for a cheater)

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