BEIJING – When Jiat Feng got married to the love of his life, he felt like a king on earth. Not only was his bride very pretty, so also had money.
NDJ World | Published: May 18 2012 Unusual
Feng was even more in heaven when shortly thereafter he discovered his wife was expecting.
But luck, joy and happiness stopped dead in its tracks after Feng’s wife gave birth to a girl.
According to Feng, the newborn girl not only didn’t look anything like him or his wife, “she was uglier than the night”.
Assured his wife had cheated on him, he pressured her into telling him the truth who the real father of the baby was.
Finally, his wife confessed. The baby was really his, she had never cheated on him. But she did have extensive plastic surgery done to her face prior to meeting Feng; to the tune of $US100,000. The baby looked exactly how she did before the surgeries.
At first the Chinese man still didn’t believe his wife until she showed him before and after surgery photos of her face.
Despite his wife’s “honesty”, Jiat Feng still felt betrayed. Had he known beforehand how ugly his wife really was, he would have never married her. Feng divorced his wife and dragged her into court on grounds of fraud.
Amazingly, a judge reviewing Jiat Feng’s case agreed with the “grieving” husband and ordered his ex-wife to pay him $US110,000 compensation for distress.
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