The ardent of internet and social media has come as a blessing to many businesses while the boundaries are no longer a setback. However, there have been many cases where even educated were seen exploiting the blessing forcing the government to launch a dedicated cell for cybercrimes.
In an incident which left Andhra Pradesh cyber crime police in shock, a married man from Guntur tried to sell his wife online. In a further twist, the online bargain took place even without the notice of wife.
Into details, the incident came to limelight with wife reaching to the cuber crime over her husband Vamsi Reddy who has been uploading their private videos to inappropriate websites.
Vamsi Reddy, the resident of AT Agraharam is jobless and fell prey to easy money for his needs. According to the case filed by his wife, Vamsi has been selling the private video shot without her knowledge ever since they married.
His dark business reportedly came to his wife’s knowledge with a particular viewer luring Vamsi with a huge amount to sell her wife for a few days. After many failed attempts to convince his wife, Vamsi started to physically torture her after which she approached the Guntur police.
Guntur police who registered the complaint were shocked with web history, live videos and pictures uploaded by Vamsi from the past few months.