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Taiwanese Girl sued boyfriend for shaving her pubic hairs while sleeping

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[b]No indictment for shaving hairs[/b]

[i]2006/6/13. The China Post staff[/i]

[b]Hairs are just like hair.[/b]

That's the only reason why a Taipei district prosecutor has dismissed the charges a girl brought against her boyfriend who shaved her pubic hairs.

The prosecutor told last Friday the girl the Criminal Code says shaving of hair isn't punishable. "So shall be the shaving of hairs," he intoned.

"You have my sympathy," the prosecutor said to comfort her. "But I can't help you."

She wanted to get even with her boyfriend, who did the shaving on last February 8, while she was asleep at her apartment room in suburban Taipei.

On waking up the next day, she found her shaven and filed complaints with police.

Investigators questioned the boyfriend, who admitted to the shaving to teach her "a lesson," because she was walking out on him. Police charged him with bodily injury.

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I want to know how he did this without waking her up. That's quite a trick!

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The usual bullsh*t-lawsuit made in USA.

But what works out successfully within the US has no chance in an Asian court.

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He should charge her at least NT$ 1000.00 for a proper hair cut and shave.

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It will grow back, so no harm. :P

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Actually Asian women shave their pubic hairs while westerners don't, usually (not sure about Japanese... :( )
So why is she complaining if somebody is doing it for her...? :( :(

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