Jealous Wife Tries to Make Cheating Husband Impotent With Mystery Pills


pillsThere are some women who learn that their husbands are cheating and handle themselves with dignity and grace, and there are some who buy impotence-inducing pills on the black market and try to make their philanderer's penis soft forever. It's the old, if I can't have him, nobody can scenario and it's a dangerous game to be playing.

It allegedly happened in Taiwan. Ms. Liu, a housewife, knew that her husband was sleeping around and tried to lure him back with sexy lingerie and porn, but when that didn't work, she took matters into her own hands.

Liu hired a private investigator who was able to procure the softy pills, as I'm calling them, and the rest, I guess, is history. There are no details about how or if she fed her wandering husband the illicit drugs, but doctors say that taking too many of them could result in permanent erectile dysfunction. And, if convicted, Liu could spend up to 12 years in prison. That's gotta be some hard news to swallow.

Any man or woman who's been brutally scorned knows that the pain can make you consider doing crazy things, like smashing a guitar, tagging a car, or burning some clothes, but sane people eventually cool down and realize that it's better to take the high road than to release some anger on unsuspecting material possessions. 

There's no excuse for property damage or, in this case, penis damage. Not only does it make you seem like a lunatic, it's morally reprehensible and, in most cases, illegal.

There's a reason they say that living well is the best revenge, and not impotence pills. If you want to get back at someone who's cheated on you, find happiness. They'll be jealous forever.

How would you react if you found out your husband was cheating?


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LynBoz LynBoz

Good for her

LostS... LostSoul88

I would react by handing over divorce papers and having all of his crap on the front lawn and the locks changed

nonmember avatar American Expat

@LostSoul - she could have done even one better, call the cops. In Taiwan adultery is still a criminal offense, punishable up to a year in prison, and, payment of restitution to any husbands of the women he slept with. A taiwanese guy my wife knows got nearly $50 grand because his (now ex) wife cheated on him, courtesy of the 'other man'.

She could have filed for divorce, got most of the assets, watch get sent to jail, and after being in prison he would still have to pay the restitution, up to the equivalent of $100,000 PER husband whose wife he cheated with.

nonmember avatar Miscy

I think it's unfair that only some wrongdoings are punished. The man knowingly hurt his wife by cheating on her and disregarded her efforts to keep him faithful, something that probably hurt her even more. I see that American Expat has noted that adultery is a criminal offense in Taiwan and, honestly, it should be everywhere. We often neglect to consider how much our actions can hurt other people, actions that spark vengeance. Then, when those hurt people retaliate, they're the ones who are punished. Why should one form of hurt be considered lesser to another? In our society, we're led to believe that only something physical can truly harm you, but I'm sure most people would agree that it's the emotional trauma that stays with you, not the broken leg.

mommy... mommy2annaliese

Meh. I don't have any sympathy for cheaters and think she should be free ;) adultry is a criminal offense there, so why isn't he in jail?

nonmember avatar American Expat

@mommy2annaliese - probably because she took matters in her own hands. She should have used the PI to collect evidence and handed to the cops. He'll still go to prison, but she'll have to forfeit her share of the marital assets and not to mention she lost all sympathy in her community.

@ Miscy - Interestingly enough, some US states have adultery as a crime on their books, but I'm not sure when the last time anyone was ever prosecuted. I agree with your views on adultery too!

nonmember avatar Justin Penn

Wow! Talk about payback. Impotence pills... sounds like some Lorena Bobbit stuff to me!

Just one of the reasons why it's so important not to cheat. It just doesn't add up!

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