The enraged husband claimed $28,000 in engagement gifts he had given to the bride's family, according to Chinese tradition
The wedding photo of a woman who, the day before her marriage, cheated on her husband by wearing her wedding dress
A woman in China, who was engaged to get married, she wore her wedding dress one day before the wedding, not precisely to get married with her partner, but to having sex with her lover.
The infidelity became a scandal on social networks, after a chat was released in which the bride's lover himself, identified as Xiaobailong, which translates as “little white dragon”, explicitly recounted what he did with the woman, with the intention of “showing his capacity for charm”, according to what was reported by the Asian media South China Morning Post.
The woman, surnamed Wu, quickly became the target of attacks online for breaking the trust of her committed and from his own family, who was greatly affected by the event.
The chats reveal explicit sexual conversations in which Wu and Xiaobailong plan how they want to commit adultery on the eve of the wedding celebration.
Two days before the marriage, Wu chatted with Xiaobailong, with whom he had sex several times before. In the conversation, the girl sent her lover photos of her wearing her wedding dress and sent her new home address.
Following these messages, Xiaobailong proposed to Wu to have sex the next day, that is, just 24 hours before the wedding, and Wu agreed.
The chat between Wu and his lover
However, Xiaobailong seemed not only content with consummating the infidelity, but also put on the table what he described as a “brave idea”, which consisted of nothing more and nothing less than not using contraceptive protection, and “leaving it to God to see whose you will be pregnant”.
To which Wu replied: “Let's leave it in God's hands. I'm not afraid.”
But the audacity of the lovers did not end there, but Xiaobailong wanted to redouble his bet even more and proposed to Wu to invite another man to join them and asked him to wear her wedding dress to make the trio b>.
>Two days later, the wedding took place as planned. However, Wu and her groom had already legally registered the marriage days before the ceremony.
It was not until after the adultery and wedding took place that a boastful Xiaobailong shared her conversation with Wu in a WeChat group, and responded to a person who asked in the chat about what would happen if Wu got pregnant, “It's none of my business who the father will be.”< /p>
After the disclosure of the chat, Wu's already husband was informed about the fact, which unleashed his fury. Heartbroken, he reported the matter to the police “to protect his rights” and filed for divorce.
Furthermore, the enraged husband demanded 200,000 yuan (US$28,000) in engagement gifts from him. had given to the bride's family, according to the Chinese tradition.
< /p>The wedding photos
The groom said the scandal has affected his health to the point that he required hospital treatment. His mother was also hospitalized after falling ill due to the humiliation, according to the South China Morning Post.
This whole incident forced Wu to hide outside. from the city of Zhangjiajie, where the couple lived, after the furious reaction that was generated against them on the networks for their behavior.
“This incident has had a great impact on both families. I hope they're all not so bad,” the groom said. “Adults must be responsible for what they say and do. The internet is still governed by law.”
The boyfriend's social media accounts were flooded with messages of comfort after his betrayal.
“No one laughs at you, brother. You are a good man”, wrote a user on social networks.
“You are lucky to have discovered the truth at the right time, or you would have been deceived all your life”, said another .
Another person wrote: “This case scares me to marry.”
It is unknown if the third man she proposed to do the trio with Wu's girlfriend and Xiaobailong joined them.