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Woman denied divorce after judge refused to measure husband’s penis!

Kuala Lumpur, Oct 3 (ANI): A Taiwanese woman, who reportedly asked for divorce from her husband because his penis was too long, has been refused after a request to measure the man’s manhood was denied.

According to the Sin Chew Daily, which quoted a newspaper report from Taiwan, the woman, in her second attempt to divorce her husband, said that she had to bear with the pain whenever she had sex with him.

When the matter was brought up in the court recently, the judge called in a doctor to determine the length of the man’s penis.

The request was, however, denied as the length of a man’s intimate part was “very subjective”, and the judge rejected the woman’s petition and ordered her to return to her husband.

The woman said that they were married in 1995, and she applied for a divorce 10 years later, but the application was rejected the first time, though the reason for it was not very clear.

“I have never measured it before,” the Star Online quoted the man as saying about the complaints his wife made regarding the length of his penis. (ANI)[NF]

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Indian woman divorces over husband's soap opera ban

An Indian woman successfully divorced her husband after he refused to allow her to watch soap operas, according to a report.

 

Published: 5:26PM GMT 17 Nov 2009 Telegraph

Mubai's Daily News and Analysis newspaper said the husband's ban had led to daily arguments between the couple from Pune, in the south-east of India's financial capital. Eventually, the wife decided the situation was unbearable and she filed for divorce.

Television soap operas, with their high melodrama, dramatic close-ups and music, have a huge following in India, particularly among housewives or women who work as domestic help.

Granting her application, a family court judge said the husband had been picking arguments with his wife for more than four years "on the grounds that she was seeing Hindi serials on TV channels".

It added: "The respondent (husband) was not allowing the petitioner (wife) to see programmes on TV as per her choice".

The divorce ruling was given in August, but details only recently emerged when the ex-husband applied to the high court to overturn the decision, which also gave the woman custody of the couple's six-year-old child.

His lawyers argued in court on Monday that the woman's claims of cruel treatment against her were false and were part of the normal "wear and tear" of married life, the newspaper said.

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