Tuesday, March 16, 2010
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Source The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, 16 March 2010: A husband’s erectile problem has led to a painful four years for a housewife who was forced to have sex with over 50 foreigners while he directed and filmed them.
The 61-year-old woman said her husband would recruit the men from nearby rubber estates and supervise her on the various moves and positions while he recorded it on video.
He would also assault her if she refused to consent to the acts.
She kept silent about the abuses as she did not want her aged and ill parents to worry about her.
However, recently she could no longer withstand the “crazy acts” of her 66-year-old retiree husband and ran away from her home in Sarawak on March 6.
She then sought the help of MCA Public Services and Complaints Department chief Datuk Michael Chong yesterday.
The woman, identified only as Chia, said she married the widower, who was from the same village as her, 12 years ago.
“He treated me well and loved me very much until he had erection problem four years ago,’’ she said.
Chia said since then, he began recruiting foreign workers, mostly Indonesians, from nearby rubber estates to have sex with her.
In return, the husband would buy the workers beer or pay their handphone bills.
“He wanted to see me having sex with other men. He would tell me what styles he wanted for that day and record our acts,’’ she told a press conference at the department yesterday.
She said he had even pressed her to have sex with multiple partners but she refused.
“In the beginning, he only wanted me to do it once a month but eventually, he became very aggressive and got me at least five men a month for the past two years,” she added.
She is currently seeking shelter at a friend’s home in the peninsula.
“I am very scared and do not want to go home,’’ she said, adding that she was also worried that he would make the “films” public.
Chong said he would help Chia to seek legal advice on the matter.