What did she say to deserve all these beatings?!
On 30 September, a wife was brutally beaten up by her husband after she said something that triggered him. This incident took place at a condo in Aman Puri, Kepong at 12.15am.
When being interviewed by China Press reporters, the victim surnamed Wong said she was having dinner with her husband when she accidentally said something she wasn’t supposed to say.
The 41-year-old husband then forced her into the car and took her home where she was viciously bashed up. Wong added that her husband was slightly drunk at that time when he strangled and slapped her.
As a result, her nasal bone was broken and her arm was badly bruised. There were injuries all over her body and blood could be seen everywhere on the floor. What happened to tolerance and love?
When the beating finally came to an end, she tried to move out but was stopped by her husband. The police had to be called in to ensure the victim’s safety.
“My body was weak and in pain, so I went to the hospital first for treatment before going to the police station by myself. After the incident, I asked my husband the reason why he beat me up and what did I say wrong. He didn’t reply clearly, and asked me to reflect on my own,” Wong said.
It was understood that the couple had been together for 18 years without any children. This was also the first time the husband had ever laid a finger on her. Since he didn’t apologise, Wong has decided to live separately from him. Good for you!
We wish Wong a speedy recovery and hopefully, she can find a man who knows how to treat her like a woman.
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