Woman Faces Prison For Filming Husband Cheating With Maid (photos, video)

Woman Faces Prison For Filming Husband Cheating With Maid (photos, video)

A woman could face a prison sentence after she filmed her husband cheating with their family maid in Saudi Arabia.

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The woman had installed a hidden camera in their house and after her worst suspicions came true she posted the video on social media.

The video footage shows an unfaithful man flirting, kissing and hugging the maid, who is trying to free herself from his clutches.

Woman Can End Up In Jail For Exposing Cheating Husband

A man was focring himself on a fanily maid, while his wife was not at home

However, the development of this spicy story is unbelievable! The man's wife is probably the only one who will be punished for her husband's actions.

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After the video captioned with "The minimum punishment for this husband is to scandalise him" became viral a prominent lawyer has warned the woman about the possible consequences.

Woman Can End Up In Jail For Exposing Cheating Husband

The maid is seen trying to escape her master's hugs

According to Saudi laws, the woman could face a year behind the bars on defamation charges. Lawyer Majid Qaroob explained:

"She faces up to one year in prison or a fine of SR500,000 (about N26.5 million) for defaming her husband in line with the law on information technology crimes.

This law includes stiff punishment for anyone using mobile phones with camera or other equipment to photograph others and defame them."

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Discrimination against women is a significant problem in Saudi Arabia. Every adult woman has to have a close male relative as her "guardian", who is entitled to make a number of critical decisions on a woman's behalf.

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These include giving approval for the woman to travel, to hold some types of business licenses, to study at a university or college and to work if the type of business is not deemed appropriate for a woman.

Women also face discrimination in the courts, where the testimony of one man equals that of two women, and in family and inheritance law.

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