‘Anti-Cheating Ring’ Hopes To Thwart Potentially Unfaithful Spouses
ATLANTA (CBS Atlanta) – Wives and husbands concerned about the fidelity of their respective spouses may have a new way to prevent their beloved from straying thanks to a new wedding band intended to leave a mark on whoever wears it — literally.
The ring may come in handy for readers of the brand new wedding day survival guide recently released by the Centers for Disease Control.
The anti-cheating ring, sold by TheCheeky.com, leaves an imprint on the ring finger of person wearing it that reads, “I’m married.” Those attempting to remove the ring to enable an extra-marital tryst will be left with a reminder literally etched in their skin.
“With Arnold [Schwarzenegger], Tiger [Woods] and two-timing IMF guy [Dominique Strauss-Kahn] in mind, we have created this wedding ring for people intent on cheating,” the website for the ring states.
The ring is reportedly made of strengthened titanium, and costs $550 to purchase.
TheCheeky.com are also purveyors of controversial items such as the piglet bank – made out of a real piglet – and a tea dunking device that resembles a pair of testicles.