Man Sues Wife Using Plastic Surgery: Chinese Man Divorces, Sues Wife After She Has "Horrifically Ugly" Baby--Who Looks Like She Secretly Once Did
By Staff Writer | June 24, 2013 06:27 PM EDT
A man sued his wife for using plastic surgery. A strange divorce case has emerged from China lately.
Divorce is never pretty-but this is a particularly ugly case. A husband divorced and sued his wife for having an ugly baby because of previous plastic surgery she had kept hidden from him.
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Jian Feng, from Northern China, married his wife and was "absolutely in love with her". Until, that is, the couple had a baby.
When the baby was born, Feng was repulsed. He thought the baby was "horrifically ugly". In fact, he found her so hideous that he couldn't believe the tiny girl he was seeing came from the beautiful lotus he had married.
He accused his wife of adultery, because the little girl looked totally unlike both of her parents.
The wife insisted that the baby did look like her...but it looked how she used to look. Oops.
Feng's wife had had $100,000 worth of plastic surgery before she met him. It totally altered the way she looked, making her unrecognizable. But her genes were not altered-meaning her "ugly" original looks were passed on to the baby.
Feng divorced his wife, sued her for lying about her previous looks, and, incredibly, won the case. He got a settlement of $120,000.
The story of the man suing his wife for using plastic surgery has sparked a debate over deception, beauty, and plastic surgery.
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