06/27/2012 01:49 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Anti-Cheating Ring Imprints Wearer's Finger With Reminder Of Relationship Status

Is your spouse stepping out on you?

Not to worry, TheCheeky.com's anti-cheating ring will stop adulterers before they do the deed.

How? The titanium band, which costs $550, has an interior engraving that reads "I'm Married" backward. When the ring is taken off, the words are left imprinted on the wearer's finger -- exposing his or her true marital status.


TheCheeky.com isn't the first to turn the wedding ring -- the ultimate symbol of love -- on its head. LUZ Jewelry created a "Cheat Ring," which exposes the wearer as someone who has been cheated on. And divorcees are increasingly turning their marital bling into divorce rings post-split.

Colin Hart, a spokesman for TheCheeky.com, said that the ring was created with famous married lotharios like Arnold Schwarzenegger and Tiger Woods in mind. We wonder if Maria Shriver and Elin Nordegren -- and the other scorned spouses previously married to the two-timing celebs in the slideshow below -- are ruing the fact that the chastity-ensuring bling wasn't created earlier.

Hat tip: Fark

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