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 For unfaithful bf and hubies.Man finds videos of his wife on porn site
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Posted on 04-24-12 6:33 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Man finds videos of his wife on porn site

Man found videos of his wife having sex on porn website
Busted ... man found videos of his wife having sex on porn website

AN Egyptian man collapsed after logging on to a porn site and finding filthy videos of his WIFE having sex.

The man — named only as Ramadan — passed out in an internet cafe after what he claimed was his first ever look at pornography.

He rushed home to confront his unfaithful spouse — who at first denied the accusations.

But she was forced to come clean when Ramadan played her one of the 11 films he had found of her having sex.

She confessed she had made the films with an old boyfriend during their marriage.

She also told him she had never loved him although they had four children together.

Ramadan, from the north-eastern province of Dakahlia, said: “I found 11 films showing my wife in indecent scenes with her lover.

"It was the first time I watched a porno film and I did this just out of curiosity.”

He added: “She first denied it and accused me of being insane before I faced her with the films, she then confessed to be still in love with her boyfriend, saying he is as young as her and that I am an old man.”

Ramadan said he had been happily married for 16 years until he logged on to the website.

Local newspapers did not say whether he decided to divorce her.

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BS story... Whats the point???
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the title should be for "for unfaithful gf and wives. man finds videos of his wife in porn site."
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...passed out in an internet cafe after what he claimed was his first ever look at pornography.

First time?? That's simply unbelievable.

And, I love how she acted first and later confessed.

Metalgaal, you need to take rebirth in "satya-yuga" to find a man of your dream who has never seen any other 'vagi-na' than yours. Forget about it, same with women. A man watching porn is not unfaithful, but a woman sleeping with another man is.

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Perhaps this will put things in perspective (source:ForeignPolicy.com):

The real war on women is in the Middle East.
In "Distant View of a Minaret," the late and much-neglected Egyptian writer Alifa Rifaat begins her short story with a woman so unmoved by sex with her husband that as he focuses solely on his pleasure, she notices a spider web she must sweep off the ceiling and has time to ruminate on her husband's repeated refusal to prolong intercourse until she too climaxes, "as though purposely to deprive her." Just as her husband denies her an orgasm, the call to prayer interrupts his, and the man leaves. After washing up, she loses herself in prayer -- so much more satisfying that she can't wait until the next prayer -- and looks out onto the street from her balcony. She interrupts her reverie to make coffee dutifully for her husband to drink after his nap. Taking it to their bedroom to pour it in front of him as he prefers, she notices he is dead. She instructs their son to go and get a doctor. "She returned to the living room and poured out the coffee for herself. She was surprised at how calm she was," Rifaat writes.
In a crisp three-and-a-half pages, Rifaat lays out a trifecta of sex, death, and religion, a bulldozer that crushes denial and defensiveness to get at the pulsating heart of misogyny in the Middle East. There is no sugarcoating it. They don't hate us because of our freedoms, as the tired, post-9/11 American cliché had it. We have no freedoms because they hate us, as this Arab woman so powerfully says.
Yes: They hate us. It must be said. 
Some may ask why I'm bringing this up now, at a time when the region has risen up, fueled not by the usual hatred of America and Israel but by a common demand for freedom. After all, shouldn't everyone get basic rights first, before women demand special treatment? And what does gender, or for that matter, sex, have to do with the Arab Spring? But I'm not talking about sex hidden away in dark corners and closed bedrooms. An entire political and economic system -- one that treats half of humanity like animals -- must be destroyed along with the other more obvious tyrannies choking off the region from its future. Until the rage shifts from the oppressors in our presidential palaces to the oppressors on our streets and in our homes, our revolution has not even begun.
So: Yes, women all over the world have problems; yes, the United States has yet to elect a female president; and yes, women continue to be objectified in many "Western" countries (I live in one of them). That's where the conversation usually ends when you try to discuss why Arab societies hate women.
But let's put aside what the United States does or doesn't do to women. Name me an Arab country, and I'll recite a litany of abuses fueled by a toxic mix of culture and religion that few seem willing or able to disentangle lest they blaspheme or offend. When more than 90 percent of ever-married women in Egypt -- including my mother and all but one of her six sisters -- have had their genitals cut in the name of modesty, then surely we must all blaspheme. When Egyptian women are subjected to humiliating "virginity tests" merely for speaking out, it's no time for silence. When an article in the Egyptian criminal code says that if a woman has been beaten by her husband "with good intentions" no punitive damages can be obtained, then to hell with political correctness. And what, pray tell, are "good intentions"? They are legally deemed to include any beating that is "not severe" or "directed at the face." What all this means is that when it comes to the status of women in the Middle East, it's not better than you think. It's much, much worse. Even after these "revolutions," all is more or less considered well with the world as long as women are covered up, anchored to the home, denied the simple mobility of getting into their own cars, forced to get permission from men to travel, and unable to marry without a male guardian's blessing -- or divorce either.
Not a single Arab country ranks in the top 100 in the World Economic Forum's Global Gender Gap Report, putting the region as a whole solidly at the planet's rock bottom. Poor or rich, we all hate our women. Neighbors Saudi Arabia and Yemen, for instance, might be eons apart when it comes to GDP, but only four places separate them on the index, with the kingdom at 131 and Yemen coming in at 135 out of 135 countries. Morocco, often touted for its "progressive" family law (a 2005 report by Western "experts" called it "an example for Muslim countries aiming to integrate into modern society"), ranks 129; according to Morocco's Ministry of Justice, 41,098 girls under age 18 were married there in 2010.
It's easy to see why the lowest-ranked country is Yemen, where 55 percent of women are illiterate, 79 percent do not participate in the labor force, and just one woman serves in the 301-person parliament. Horrific news reports about 12-year-old girls dying in childbirth do little to stem the tide of child marriage there. Instead, demonstrations in support of child marriage outstrip those against it, fueled by clerical declarations that opponents of state-sanctioned pedophilia are apostates because the Prophet Mohammed, according to them, married his second wife, Aisha, when she was a child.
But at least Yemeni women can drive. It surely hasn't ended their litany of problems, but it symbolizes freedom -- and nowhere does such symbolism resonate more than in Saudi Arabia, where child marriage is also practiced and women are perpetually minors regardless of their age or education. Saudi women far outnumber their male counterparts on university campuses but are reduced to watching men far less qualified control every aspect of their lives.
Yes, Saudi Arabia, the country where a gang-rape survivor was sentenced to jail for agreeing to get into a car with an unrelated male and needed a royal pardon; Saudi Arabia, where a woman who broke the ban on driving was sentenced to 10 lashes and again needed a royal pardon; Saudi Arabia, where women still can't vote or run in elections, yet it's considered "progress" that a royal decree promised to enfranchise them for almost completely symbolic local elections in -- wait for it -- 2015. So bad is it for women in Saudi Arabia that those tiny paternalistic pats on their backs are greeted with delight as the monarch behind them, King Abdullah, is hailed as a "reformer"  -- even by those who ought to know better, such as

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One BS story followed by other.
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Lol alece. I'd give you more upvotes but I'm out son. 
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 Speech Less  !!!! 
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 @goddam: bujhney lai sirikhanda, nabujhney lai khurpa ko bidh.
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 hahah Nepali_american. thats gold! stealing that one for future reference. 
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 Glad you understood it, Cacophonix.  Feel free to use that classic nepali thego.
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A UFO with an Alien was found in Kathmandu too.  Birendra and Aishwarya were on board that ship too.
Why are we reading this tabloid bull shit ?  Don't the Nepali Manginas have anything better to talk about ? 

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@nepali_american okay m dumb... As a smart fellow sajhaite, can u please explain the relevance of your story??

PS the way i look at it is some girl says beware don't cheat or else u will see ur wife's porno on internet and then some smartass comes up and says there are worst cases in arab so STFU biatches u r better with us.
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Sex, Lies, and VIDEOTAPES too! 'Couldn't be a happier ending than this (until we can all see the video ..say just as a proof )

Metalgaal maiya!

I am wondering now what site you were looking for when you spotted this news.


It's 2012. Yet your comment is as set in stone as Hillary Clinton's hairstyle.

I totally felt like inviting someone for a few slices at this joint but could not think of anyone except you because of certain keywords you use frequently.

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I just finished watching Celebrity Sex Tape - Movie itself.. damn hilarious..
Go check it out, it's on Netflix, ready for online stream :D 

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You stretch your pen,is back towards your anus, and clamp your thighs together and thats called mangina. Gk stuff hahahhah

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