Lipstick on the collar has given way to DNA on the panties.
A national DNA paternity testing company is offering suspicious spouses a $200 test that promises to uncover evidence of their loved one's cheating ways through their dirty underwear.
Kip Charles, a specialist with The Paternity Lab Center, told The Huffington Post that the type of customers who usually sign up for their infidelity tests are “at the end of their rope.”
“Just provide us an article of clothing, preferably underwear or panties, and we will do the rest," Charles told HuffPo. "We can identify if semen or female DNA is present [and] make sure it's viable for DNA extraction."
Charles said that about 60 percent of his infidelity testing business comes from fellas, who usually are concerned that someone else’s semen might be in their wife or girlfriend’s panties. But worried women also want to know whether their man’s soiled drawers contain female DNA, Charles said.
If the client decides to run a test and it comes back positive, the Center offers another $214 test to compare their DNA with the foreign stuff.