- An Indian man, Dinesh, was beaten by his two wives for trying to marry a third wife illegally
- Before the incident, the two women never knew they were married to the same 26-year-old man
- Dinesh was also beaten by other people before he was arrested by the Indian authorities and may face jail time
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Talk about some men with their promiscuous libidos and their ever-increasing need to amass women like wealth. An Indian man, Dinesh, in that class recently got what was coming for him when he allegedly tried to take a third wife.
He had taken the first wife in 2016.
Daily Mail reported that Dinesh had physically maltreated his two wives, which made them go back to their parents.
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Meanwhile, all that time, the two wives never knew they were married to the same man, with each thinking they were the only one.
When the two women realised they were in a polygamous marriage and learned of the man’s plan to marry a third, they took swift action.
The video of the beating shows Dinesh’s two wives pursuing him with a handheld object as he was being walloped with it.
Other people around also joined in on the act as they started beating the 26-year-old polygamist before he was arrested by the police.
It should be noted that marrying multiple wives has been illegal in India since 1956 for all its Hindu citizens, however Muslims are allowed to still practice polygamy.
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that an African woman revealed that she preferred dating married men to single guys because married men give her peace of mind and are more romantic.
The woman also said that married men do not ask silly questions like the single guys when all they know is to enter into squabbles with their partners.
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