Men have long aggravated their partners by playing video games, but at least those partners knew where their boyfriends were and what they were doing. With the rise of Second Life, not so much. The Times of London reports on a woman filing for divorce on grounds of "unreasonable behavior after her husband admitted falling in love with the virtual female character." The divorcing couple originally met online and played Second Life together. The wife filed for divorce after discovering "virtual infidelity with a female character playing the role of a prostitute."