Journalists across the country are now awaiting for the first love rat to be caught by Google Street View.
Images of people on the streets of Britain are being scoured for anyone involved in a romantic tryst - with the hope infidelities will be revealed.
"Suspicious partners across the UK's biggest cities are being asked to check Google Street View for their partners in places they should not be," said Mally Slag, The Sun's chief Twitter correspondent.
"Even if a picture only looks marginally like their partner, they should challenge them immediately to find the truth and contact us.
"The story has already been written, we just need to add the names and send over the cheque."
Already teams of journalists have uncovered images of people that look like famous people and are set publish stories on any slow news day.
Ally O'Darfur, at the Daily Record, said: "Our draw of summer stories is bursting.
"We have located an image with someone who could be Ewan McGregor. Under the headline 'Was Ewan caught out by Google?' We are looking at tripling our online user numbers."
He added an image that could be Sir Ian McKellen and Dame Helen Mirren having a romantic coffee is set to be published.
"This just knocks Google Earth pictures of naked sun gathers, desert formations that look like grand pianos and Atlantis out of the water," said Mr O'Darfur.
"Office cows will be emailing links to each other like the recession was over once a dash of celebrity is added."
He added the paper was "praying" for an image of Jade Goody so she can be immortalised by Google for generations to come.