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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Wife Caught Her Husband Having Sex With His Gay Partner

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A man in India has been arrested for having consensual gay sex after his wife installed miniature video cameras in every room of their home and filmed his encounters.
Bangalore police arrested the man under Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code – a 153-year-old law dating back to British colonial days prohibiting sodomy, consensual or otherwise. It makes it an offense to commit ‘carnal intercourse against the order of nature.’
The clause, which had been deemed unconstitutional by the High Court but was subsequently re-instated by the Supreme Court last December, makes gay sex punishable with life imprisonment.
The man’s wife lodged a complaint against him on October 20, as well as her in-laws, for cheating her.
‘My in-laws knew that their son was gay. There was no need for them to ruin my life by arranging this marriage,’ she contended.
According to a complaint filed by the unnamed woman, a medical doctor from Bangalore, she married the man in November 2013.
The accused, who was born and brought up in the United Arab Emirates, had relocated to India after completing his education. It was an arranged marriage.
Within a few days of the marriage, the husband started working at IT firm Infosys’ Mysore campus. The couple stayed apart for almost six months after the wedding.
The wife, 31, who was staying alone in Bangalore, insisted her husband seek a transfer to the area. According to the police, after coming under pressure from the two families, the accused complied.
The couple rented a house in Malleshwaram. The wife, in her complaint to the police, alleged her husband avoided any kind of physical contact with her. He insisted that they sleep in separate rooms and he avoided any discussion about sex.
The wife assumed it to be a compatibility issue. However, as the days passed, the accused avoided her by leaving home early for the office and returning late at night. But on days when his wife returned home late, the accused would get home early.
The IT engineer would use lip gloss and reportedly preferred feminine fashion accessories. This aroused the wife’s suspicion and she confronted him about it.
The police said the wife even discussed visiting a marriage counsellor with her husband to sort out the issue, but he did not entertain it. Suspecting he might be suffering from an inferiority complex because of impotence, she even suggested taking him to the doctor. But the accused dodged all questions from his wife.
The wife then approached her in-laws, seeking intervention. More shock was in store when her in-laws blamed her for the situation. According to her, they claimed their son was ‘perfect’ and that she had failed in ‘attracting’ him.
Not willing to disclose the sensitive issue to her parents, the doctor decided to probe the matter on her own. She inquired with her neighbors and found out her husband had male guests when she was not at home.
When she questioned him, he told her the male visitors were his business associates. However, she was not convinced by his explanation.
She installed miniature video cameras in every room of their home. Later, she left for her hometown for the week.
After she returned to Bangalore, the woman was shocked by the video footage captured by the cameras. She found that her husband had sexual encounters with various men.
She approached the police the same day with the evidence.

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