Thursday, 30 April 2015

Not Guilty in Hong Kong



Perusing travel guides is something we retired people are apt to do from time to time. It is a long time since I last visited Hong Kong so I was intrigued to read more about it. In so doing I came across an interesting fact. Apparently it is not against the law there for a woman to kill her husband if he has committed adultery, so long as she does so with her bare hands!

Any readers of this blog thinking that they might take advantage of this obvious loophole in the crime of murder should bear in mind that the exception appears to apply to wives only. Further that this post carries the caveat that the writer does not vouch for the accuracy of the information given and anyone taking any steps as a result of it, does so at their own risk! 

However, cheating husbands may be well advised to avoid Hong Kong.


You have been warned!


2 comments:

Stan Sims Law said...

I shouldn't be laughing at this law but wow that's unbelievable... what if they do it with their barefeet??

Judith said...

Trust a firm of lawyers to try to find a loophole!