Wife in UAE court asking for divorce from 'ogling' hubby

An Arab woman with four children went to court in Ras Al Khaimah and filed for divorce, saying her husband never stops staring at other women.


But the husband told the court that he believes his wife has “sick imagination” to think that he stares at every woman who passes by them.

The wife, in her 30s, told the family guidance section at the RAK courts department that every time they go shopping with their children, her husband never stops looking and smiling at other women.

“The husband denied those claims. He said his wife is jealous and believes every woman who passes past him will take his attention.

"He believes she has sick imagination as she never stops spying on his telephone to listen to what he says,” said Jassim Makki, head of the section.

The Arabic language daily Alittihad quoted the unnamed husband as saying his wife was persuaded by court to drop her complaint for the sake of the family.

'Slave' wife sues hubby over abuse

ITALY: A woman who got married in 2006 had signed a contract with her husband promising to be his slave. She recently got divorced and sued him for abusing her during their marriage.

In the agreement that she had signed way back, her husband was named as her master and it clearly indicated that she would be a 'slave' to her spouse, reports The Daily Telegraph.

The husband has responded by saying that there was no sexual abuse since she had readily signed the contract.

According to the agreement signed by both parties, a list mentioned two ways for the wife to ask her husband to stop during their activities - by either saying the safe word Mario or banging her hand three times against the nearest surface.

“The slave agrees to obey and to offer herself for the satisfaction of the desires of her master,” the daily quoted from the document.

The agreement is quite similar to the plot in the latest bestseller 'Fifty Shades of Grey'.

'Woman forced me to molest her'

US: A passenger on a US domestic flight dozed off wearing headphones and awoke to find the hands of the stranger seated next to her inside her blouse and shorts, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
In a criminal complaint, the US attorney for New Jersey charged Bawer Aksal with sexual abuse.
Prosecutors said Askal, a Turkish national with US citizenship, was sitting in the middle seat on United Airlines Flight 306 from Phoenix to Newark, New Jersey, on Monday night when he abused the woman, who was sitting in the window seat.
The woman, whose name is being withheld by prosecutors because of the nature of the charges, told authorities she woke up to find the man had one of his hands inside her shirt touching her breasts and the other in her shorts molesting her, according to the complaint. Aksal, 48, was breathing heavily and repeatedly asked the woman to kiss him, it says.
The woman demanded the man get off her, according to the complaint, slammed down the armrest between them and reported the incident to flight personnel.
A passenger in the aisle seat, noticing the commotion, offered to help the woman, prosecutors said, and accompanied her to the back of the plane to alert the flight crew. The aisle passenger later told authorities that he had seen the woman, who appeared to be asleep and not moving, and saw the man's arm under a jacket the woman had draped across her legs.
Aksal was detained on board and was taken into custody by federal authorities at Newark Liberty International Airport, a spokeswoman for the US attorney's office said. He admitted to law enforcement officers in Newark that he had touched the woman but insisted she had forced his hand into her shorts, prosecutors said.
US Magistrate Judge Mark Falk, who presided over the case Wednesday in Newark federal court, said he wanted to hold a more detailed hearing before setting bail for Aksal.
Aksal, who had close-cropped gray hair and wore a T-shirt and jeans while cuffed at the wrists and ankles, did not speak during his first court appearance. He was assigned a court-appointed attorney.
The sex abuse charge carries a potential sentence of life in prison and a $250,000 fine upon conviction. (AP)

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