Thursday, August 23, 2007

Wife DNA-tests husband's jocks

A FORENSICS scientist has been fired from her police job after DNA-testing her husband's underpants when she suspected he was cheating.

Michigan woman Ann Chamberlain testified in a March 7 divorce hearing that she ran the test last September on the underwear of her husband Charles Gordon, the Associated Press reported.

Asked by his attorney what she found, she reportedly answered: "Another female. It wasn't me.''

Michigan State Police, which oversees the forensics laboratory where Ms Chamberlain worked, said today it had fired her for using department supplies, materials and equipment for non-departmental purposes.

Ms Chamberlain, 33, declined to comment today.

Michael Maddaloni, an attorney for Mr Gordon, said he disputed his wife's testimony that he had admitted having sex with another woman after she found the female DNA on his underwear.

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