Wife seeks divorce from her husband for showing her ‘extreme love, affection’

A wife in UAE has applied for a divorce on the grounds that her husband shows ‘extreme love, affection’ and ‘even helped clean the house without me asking’

The wife complains her husband is too kind, shows extreme love and has never yelled at her during their one-year marriage, says that is the reason she wants a divorce.

Wife applies for divorce in UAE claims her husband shows 'extreme love, affection'


filed for the divorce in a Sharia court in Fujairah stating that her spouse never argued or yelled at her and was always kind.

According to the English language UAE newspaper, Khaleej Timeshe, she claims that despite his affection, the woman claimed her life was ‘hell’ due to his ‘cruel-free treatment’.

The woman told the court: ‘I am choked by his extreme love and affection. He even assisted me in cleaning the house without me asking him.’

When she complained about his weight, the man even went on a strict regime of dieting and exercise which left him with a broken leg.

The angry wife is still not pleased, she complained of her spouse’s many gifts and compliments, according to local media.

‘I am eagerly longing for a single day of dispute, but this seems impossible with my romantic husband who always forgave me and showered me with daily gifts”, she added.

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  1. TO RETAIN YOUR WIFE THEN,PLEASE,

    -GIVE HER A BLACK EYE

    SHE MAY HAVE COME FROM A TERRIBLE BACKGROUND.

    MEN, WONDERS NEVER WILL END.YOU MAY THINK YOU HAVE SEEN IT ALL,HEARD IT ALL,BUT NO,NOT THIS ONE.COMPLETELY BLOWN AWAY BY THIS ABERRATION.

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