Man pees in ex-girlfriend’s Louis Vuitton bag, court fines him

A man in South Korea has been ordered by a civil court to pay his ex-girlfriend 1.5 million won (90,000 rupees) in damages for urinating in her expensive designer handbag.

The incident took place last October when the unnamed man allegedly got into a fight with his then-girlfriend. They were both at his girlfriend’s house in Gangnam-gu and the topic of discussion was that she was splurging and getting into debt.

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As the argument escalated, the man allegedly walked into the bedroom, pulled out one of his girlfriend’s Louis Vuitton handbags, unbuttoned his pants and began to urinate in them right in front of her.

Needless to say, his girlfriend was not at all impressed with his antics. She continued and filed a complaint with the police about the incident. The man initially denied the allegations, telling authorities he only faked urinating to shock.

However, the National Institute of Forensic Sciences tested the samples from inside the bag, according to local reports.

The Seoul Central District Court ordered the man to pay 1.5 million won (90,000 rupees) as compensation to his ex-girlfriend.
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Despite the man’s attempts to cover his tracks by pouring liquid deodorant into the purse after relieving himself in it, the sample test not only came back positive but also matched his DNA .

With so much evidence piled up against him, the man had no choice but to confess to his dreadful act.

The Seoul Central District Court ordered the man to pay 1.5 million won (90,000 rupees) as compensation to his ex-girlfriend. As this was the defendant’s first offence, the judge reportedly ruled that a lenient sentence was chosen accordingly.

Man sues ex-girlfriend for all the money he ‘wasted’ on her while dating

In 2019, an Indonesian man sued his ex-girlfriend because she refused to continue the relationship. And he demanded Rp40 million (about Rs 2,14,000) from his ex-girlfriend.

Alfridus Arianto who already had two wives while dating Fransiska Nona Linn, told the court that if Linn married another man, he would multiply the amount of the return tenfold.

In 2019, an Indonesian man sued his ex-girlfriend because she refused to continue the relationship.  And he is asking Rp40 million (about Rs 2,14,000) to his ex-girlfriend.
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During the first court appearance, the judge was so fed up with the petty brawl that he apparently asked the plaintiff and defendant to settle the case out of court.

“In June 2016, I made a statement saying that if she marries another man, she must return my money tenfold. I said this on the phone and she admitted it,” Arianto told local media.

Linn was not going to stand it when he went to bed and sued him for the drinking water he consumed when he visited his house while he was out. And as expected, the constant back and forth between the two bickering ex-lovers did not please the court.

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