Reporter NFL Network (TV network of the National Football League) Jane Slater (Jane Slater) shared in Twitter history as a betrayal of her boyfriend opened with the help of a fitness bracelet Fitbit. Tweet journalist gained popularity and it drew attention to the publication The Daily Dot.
Slater said that the guy (whose name she did not specify) gave her a tracker for Christmas. By that time, he already had one Fitbit, so the pair synchronized devices to monitor each other’s physical activity through the application on the smartphone. The girl emphasized that they did this for motivation during training, and not for control.
Before his birthday, the guy disappeared and did not answer calls and messages. Slater did not know anything about what was happening to him until at 4 a.m. the application showed a “sharp increase in physical activity” of the journalist’s boyfriend. “Spoiler: It wasn’t recorded at 4 am in [the gym] OrangeTheory,” she added.
According to Fitbit, you can really understand that a person has sex. And in 2015, a user of Reddit performed an experiment having sex with a bracelet on her arm, and then shared her statistics: she compared the peak values of the heartbeat with a change in posture and an orgasm.
Users appreciated the unusual story of the disclosure of treason through a fitness tracker.
Every female who reads this is about to get their man a fit bit.— Dominique Clare (@DomClare) 5 December 2019
Every girl who read this thought about giving Fitbit to a guy
Been there. Didn’t find out though Fitbit though. My ex’s physical activity would have only spiked for like 90 seconds so it would have been practically unnoticeable anyway.— MLH ♥️ (@just_mindy) 5 December 2019
Faced similar, but found out without the help of Fitbit. My ex’s activity would increase by about 90 seconds, so for the application it would go almost unnoticed
Rookie mistake. ALWAYS TAKE OFF THE FITBIT when you go play Wii U at your buddy's house.🤦🏻♂️— Show me your TDs (@LLoya0504) 5 December 2019
Beginner’s mistake. ALWAYS REMOVE FITBIT when playing Wii U at home with a buddy
just got my boyfriend and i fitbits for christmas..— Nicole Forrest (@nicole_forrest8) 5 December 2019
Just bought myself and a Fitbit guy for Christmas …
But some users have doubts, since the sharp jump in activity in the Fitbit application is not yet an iron proof of betrayal. In the original story, Slater did not specify how she confirmed her suspicions. Therefore, the famous sports journalist Matthew Berry specified how events developed.
The journalist replied that after the incident with the fitness bracelet she confirmed the hunch about the betrayal with the help of “cross-examination”.
I am so sorry that happened to you but that is an amazing story. I have many questions. What happened when you confronted him? Did he own it or try to talk his way out? Did you tell him it was the fitbit right away or just that you were suspicious to see what he said?— Matthew Berry (@MatthewBerryTMR) 5 December 2019
I’m sorry this happened to you, but this is an amazing story. I have a lot of questions. What happened when you met him? Did he confess or was trying to justify himself? Did you tell him that you understood everything on Fitbit, or simply reported suspicions to look at his reaction?
Sounds like you jumped to conclusions, Jane. Maybe he was a former three year high school football letterman like me who rises at 4 am every morning to run routes in cleats.— Three Year Letterman (@3YearLetterman) 5 December 2019
Looks like you hurried to conclusions, Jane. Or maybe he is a former school football star who gets up every morning at 4 in the morning for a run
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, let me present to you the timeline of events:— RMc23 (@ItsMeRMc23) 5 December 2019
Fitbit, 4am: normal levels
Fitbit, 4:01am: increased heart rate, extreme wrist activity
Fitbit, 4:03am: normal levels
I rest my case.https://t.co/BJscWB4bEM
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you a graph of how it was: Fitbit, 4:00 – normal heart rate, Fitbit, 4:01 – elevated heart rate, extreme wrist activity. Fitbit, 4:03 – normal level
PS Slater has another story of treason.
I also had a guy get drunk and bring another girl home forgetting I was spending the night there. We were set to go to church the next morning and I stayed in to get sleep. I could write a book.— Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) 5 December 2019
Once I had a guy who got drunk and brought home another girl, forgetting that I stayed with him for the night. We were going to church the next morning, and I decided to spend the night there. I should write a book