In April this year she caught him cheating on her a second time with another avatar in Second Life."I caught him cuddling a woman on a sofa in the game. "He turned off the computer monitor, and I turned it back on and demanded to look at his chat history."But he turned off the computer so the history was all deleted - and I ended up going off to his Mum and Dad's in floods of tears."She added that she had always had doubts about his virtual integrity and her husband later admitted he had been having an online affair with another woman in America."He never did anything in real life, but I had my suspicions about what he was doing in Second Life," she said.
The following day Miss Taylor went to a solicitor to file for a divorce, which is due to be finalised next week."The solicitor wasn't at all surprised - she said it was her second divorce case involving Second Life that week," she added.
If you like the look of someone, you then endorse the person by "swiping right" on their profile (if you don't, they can be dismissed with a flick to the left).
You can only chat with people who you have deemed attractive if they have swiped right for you too.
And while many's a happy couple have met through sites such as and Plenty Of Fish, in the last year a smartphone app has made these online sites look positively quaint and old-fashioned. For the uninitiated, Tinder is a free application that can be downloaded onto a phone or tablet and can be used to scroll through pictures of "singles" in a locality.