Court grants Husband Divorce due to Wife's Excessive Sexual Demands
Wife forced husband for Unnatural intercourse (Representational Image)Reuters

A family court grants divorce to a man who wanted separation from his wife, claiming that she was aggressive and dominant with a never-ending desire for sex.

The husband gave up his two years of marriage due to his spouse's sex demands. He approached the family court and said in his petition that the wife was showing an "excessive and insatiable desire for sex," according to the Times of India. He further added that she used to force him for unnatural intercourse and if he refused then his wife used to abuse him.

The man claimed that he feels his life is in danger because of his spouse's persistent demands and pressure, so he ultimately decided to get rid of all this atrocities. He approached the family court in January alleging that his wife was "adamant, aggressive, stubborn and autocratic" and would fight with him without any reason, according to The Indian Express.

He also alleged that she gave him medicines and forced him to consume liquor. Seeing the insatiable appetite for sex, the husband advised his wife to seek some medical professional help, but she refused and threatened him not to reveal anything to anybody.

The wife was so desperate that she told her husband that she would look out for other men if he did not fulfil her demands. Despite of husband's poor physical condition, where the man was hospitalised twice in the course of their marriage, still his mate demanded him to fulfil her sexual needs.

When asked the reason of not sometimes fulfilling the wife's demand, the husband replied that he works in three shifts which leave him very tired. At last, he couldn't resist anymore bedroom encounters and filed a petition for divorce, reports the Economic Times.

The Principal Judge of family court, Laxmi Rao, accepted the evidences filed in the petition and dissolved the marriage as the other party didn't show up.

"Due to respondent's (wife's) non-appearance before the court, the petitioner's (husband's) evidence remains unchallenged on record. Hence this court has no option but to accept his evidence as it is and he is entitled to a decree of divorce as prayed," Laxmi Rao ruled in a recent order.

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