Australian woman discovers boyfriend planted Apple AirTag in car to track her: ‘He finally confessed’
over the past few years, there has been a growing trend of people using technology to track their loved ones. While some may see this as a way to keep tabs on their partner or family member, others see it as a form of control.
Last week, an Australian woman discovered that her boyfriend had planted an Apple AirTag in her car in order to track her movements. The woman, who wished to remain anonymous, told Fox News that she found the AirTag after noticing her car was making strange noises.
“I took the car to the mechanic and they said there was something wedged in the front tyre,” the woman said. “I looked and saw an AirTag. I was so confused.”
After confronting her boyfriend, he initially denied planting the AirTag but eventually confessed.
“He finally confessed and said he just wanted to see where I was going,” the woman said. “It was quite creepy.”
While the woman’s story may be extreme, it highlights the potential for abuse when it comes to tracking devices. In the wrong hands, these devices can be used to stalk and harass someone.
Apple AirTags are just one example of the many tracking devices available on the market. There are also GPS trackers, phone apps, and even smartwatches that can be used to track someone’s whereabouts.
As technology continues to evolve, it’s important to be aware of the potential risks associated with these devices. If you’re considering using a tracking device, be sure to do so with the utmost care and caution.