Man Successfully Sues Wife For Ugly Children

So basically a woman didn’t tell her husband she had had plastic surgery and before it, she could have been considered erm, unattractive. The pair had children who also could have been considered as unattractive and the man sued his wife for it.

For a lot of people, if they have second thoughts about their wife at some point in the future, they will separate and maybe even divorce them. In the case of this man from China, he took it one step further but suing her getting $120,000 in a court settlement.

Jian Feng, from in Northern China,  filed for divorce from his wife after she had a child which he deemed to be “incredibly ugly,”  going on to  argue that his wife had tricked him by appearing to be a beautiful woman when she was instead ugly.

“I married my wife out of love, but as soon as we had our first daughter, we began having marital issues. Our daughter was incredibly ugly, to the point where it horrified me,” reports

At first he accused his wife of cheating as the child girl did not look like him. He was later confronted by his wife with the bitter truth – cosmetic surgery.

You could call it a case of false advertising, as it turned out that that his wife had spent over $100,000 in plastic surgery to change her appearance.

Furious that the fruit of his loins was not as good looking as he had hoped and the fact his wife had lied about the surgery to enhance her looks, Feng took the matter to court and won $120,000 in a settlement.

There has been a surprising reaction to the story on Social Media showing support to Feng.

“When you are in a true relationship, you tell your spouse everything. Past present and future – if not, then you don’t respect them” one male commented on Facebook.

The female audience has also largely sided with Feng. “Of course I would – if you start a relationship with a lie, where does it end?” one woman asked.


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By Hannah Jones

Hannah is a Manchester based writer who has spent many years studying and working in the field of journalism and psychology. Hannah enjoys swimming, meditation and dog walking. Her favourite quote is, 'If it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you.'