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Tuesday September 2, 2014 MYT 2:59:00 PM
Tuesday September 2, 2014 MYT 3:06:43 PM
by natasha joibi
PETALING JAYA: A pregnant woman couldn't stand it anymore after her husband repeatedly forced her to have sex with a Bangladeshi worker to satisfy his own sexual fetish.
Gombak OCPD Asst Comm Ali Ahmad said Tuesday that the 27-year-old woman ran away from home after receiving a call from her 34-year-old husband at around 10.30pm Sunday, saying he will be bringing home a Bangladeshi man to sleep with her.
"Terrified by her husband’s request, the woman left home and sought help from the police.
“This was not the first time her husband coerced her to have sex with the 26-year-old Bangladeshi worker, known only as Nizam.
“She was forced to have sex with Nizam two to three times before.
“She was seven months into her pregnancy when her husband told her to sleep with him in July,” he explained.
The woman alleged that her husband would get sexually aroused watching them in the act and would then continue having sex with her.
She also said that he did not charge Nizam money for sleeping with her.
She was sent to Hospital Selayang for medical assessment following the report.
“We arrested Nizam in a toys store in Chow Kit on Monday, while the woman’s husband was arrested in the couple's Taman Daya Kepong home.
“Both men will be remanded for a week to facilitate investigations,” said ACP Ali.
The case has been classified as rape under Section 376 of the Penal Code.
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