Man Hands His Phone to Salesman, Horrified to Find Wife’s Pictures Uploaded to Swinger Group

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When a Texas pastor went into a car dealership to buy a new Prius, he had no idea that private photos of his wife would be posted to a swinger’s group by the salesman — all because he handed the salesman his cellphone.

Now, the Dallas News has reported that Matthew Luke Thomas was facing misdemeanor charges for his sick act, and Tim and Claire Gautreaux were suing him and the Grapevine, Texas, dealership, among others, for the disgusting incident.

Gautreaux, a pastor at Hope Fellowship in Frisco, Texas, said he had a pre-approved financing document on an iPhone app. Thomas asked to see it so that he could show it to the Toyota dealership’s finance manager.

However, when they got into the finance manager’s office, he asked for a pay stub and the aforementioned document. That’s when Gautreaux realized something was up. He got even more suspicious when he tried to pull up his pay stub from the photos app on his phone and saw a picture of his wife getting in and out of their bathtub — pictures taken in a “private moment” about a year ago.

An app that backed up the pastor’s emails showed that the photos were sent from the pastor’s phone to a swingers group based out of Garland, Texas.

“This private moment that was intended to remind us of our happiness together was ripped away and replaced with fear and uncertainty,” Tim Gautreaux said in a statement.

“We were at a Toyota dealership to buy a car and not to share anything about our lives with the people there,” Claire Gautreaux told WPXI-TV.

Thomas, 44, had already been arrested and charged with a computer security breach, a class B misdemeanor, back in November of 2015. Now, he’s being sued, along with Texas Toyota of Grapevine and Toyota Motor North America, in a Dallas County court — and Gloria Allred was acting as their attorney.

“One can only imagine how many more people have now had access to those photographs since they were stolen from the Gautreauxs,” the lawsuit read, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “These highly offensive and disturbing acts committed against a devout family of faith were intentional and the potential harm will be a source of concern for the remainder of Tim and Claire’s lives.”

The lawsuit also claimed that Thomas had been involved with a previous incident of “improper conduct involving a female” while working at the dealership.

It’s sad that Thomas can be charged only with a misdemeanor, and we in no way want to blame the Gautreauxes for his sick act. However, it’s yet another lesson that in this digital age, you need to be careful of what you keep on your phone.

Yes, it was an intimate moment between a married couple. There is nothing wrong with that. What’s wrong is that there are perverts (allegedly, anyhow) like Mr. Thomas out there, and the digital world allows them to do heinous things in a way they couldn’t do prior to the internet.

We can only hope that more of them will be prosecuted and prevented from doing this again. Until then, however, being careful should be a priority for every couple when it comes to their private digital life.

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Source: conservativetribune.com

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