[OMG] Husband spent $300,000 to have sex with Prostitutes, 3000 times in 36 years

SINGAPORE – A 56-year-old woman has accused her husband of visiting prostitutes a total over 3,000 times over the 36 years of their marriage.

She also claimed that he spent more than $300,000 on them.

Chinese newspaper Shin Min Daily News reported Mrs Huang as saying that her 59-year-old husband started the visits after they had a son and a daughter together.

The couple had countless arguments and Mrs Huang threatened to commit suicide.

Despite promises to change, he did not stop the visits.

According to the Chinese daily, she discovered a Chinese woman calling his phone while they were out shopping for groceries.

Mrs Huang said that her husband usually visited prostitutes while delivering goods at night. He also allegedly brought her brother to Geylang.

Asked why she has not divorced him, Mrs Huang said that to do so would be to admit that she has wasted 40 years of her youth on him, which she is not willing to do.

Mr Huang told reporters that he regrets his actions, and now entrusts his full salary to his wife.

He also admitted that he visited prostitutes for more than 30 years, up till 2007.

But he says he is a changed person now. His wife still calls him up to check on his whereabouts, but he has asked her to not let the past haunt her and ‘let bygones be bygones.’


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[Prostitution] Sex Fraud involving minors

The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) of the Ministry of Interior teamed up with police stations in Taoyuan and Chungli in the investigation of a sex fraud scheme that involved the use of female minors as sexual bait to extort money by the Bamboo Union gang in May 2010.

The members of the Bamboo Union gang’s Chenwu branch, established in February 2010 in Taoyuan, who were mostly female local high school dropouts, allegedly forced recruited minors at gun point to have sex with men and then pretended to be relatives of the girls to blackmail the victims for sums ranging from NT$100,000 to NT$200,000 (S$4,400 – S$8,900).

Violence and intimidation were often used if the victims refused to cooperate, police said.

After an eight-month investigation led by the Taoyuan Prosecutor’s Office, officers from various agencies totaling 154 officers closed in on the ranking gang members at thirty locations in Taoyuang and Chungli on Jan. 17, resulting in the arrest of 20 gang members and the seizure of 160 standard 9 mm and three refitted bullets, a slew of weapons and drug paraphernalia, according to the CIB.

The Chenwu branch gang members were charged with violation of the Organized Crime Prevention Act, blackmail, use of drugs prohibited by law and the use of force with the intent to harm.

-The China Post/Asia News Network


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