In truly incredulous series of events, a court in northern China has made an extraordinary decision to side with an angry ex-husband, who sued his former wife for marrying him without divulging her extensive and expensive plastic and cosmetic surgery history.
Does a spouse, man or woman, reserve the right to divorce their partner on account of plastic surgery? Is this duplicity? Is it for the courts to decide? As plastic surgery becomes more common and the results more refined, such concerns are increasingly legitimate.
According to a file reported by the New York Post, angry husband Feng Jian purportedly only discovered about his wife wife’s capacious cosmetic surgery touch-ups and lifts after she gave to the couple’s first child. Their baby daughter was, based on court papers cited by the Sina News, “ugly beyond description.”
Feng Jian was so dumbfounded over the child and her less than glamorous looks that the man, and we are not making this up folks, initially suspected his spouse to having some kind of extramarital affair. Unable to get sufficient answers, Jian even succumbed to varied DNA tests, which only verified that Mr. Feng Jian was in fact the biological dad. Only then did his blushing bride admit to having done over 100,000 dollars of plastic and cosmetic surgeries prior to meeting her husband.
In a shocking turn of events, the Chinese court has order the former Mrs. Jian to pay the still current Mr. Jian 120,000 dollars for his claims of marriage under false pretenses. Looks as if this case actually produced two ugly crybabies, our sympathies to the former Mrs. Jian.
plastic surgery becomes more popular">Plastic surgery is becoming more common in China, Hong Kong, South Korea and Japan than ever. Feelings of social awkwardness and overall insecurity as a catalyst towards receiving plastic surgery is not limited to the United States. In South Korea, according to a recent survey, a staggering one in five women in Seoul has had some type of cosmetic surgery procedure.
As technology in the field improves, plastic surgery is steadily becoming safer and increasingly cost-efficient. more celebrities and models reveal their plastic surgeries and treatments, the stigma that once tabooed plastic surgery will slowly give way to support and acceptance.
Plastic surgery should also remain available for everybody without a person feeling embarrassed or ashamed about receiving consultation and treatment. However it is critical that you consult your loved ones, and recognize the consequences. The choice is up to you.