Jilted wife stuffs hot chillis into mistress's vagina

AN angry pregnant wife has attacked her cheating husband's mistress by forcing red-hot chilli peppers into her vagina. She then posted pictures of the assault on social media.

Vietnamese media reports Ly Chanel, 23, had noticed her husband had begun acting odd.

They'd only been married seven months. And she was already bearing his first child.

But now he was disappearing for hours on end.

So, she set out with four close friends to find out why.

Earlier this week, they tailed Chien Keo, 24, to what turned out to be a raunchy motel rendezvous in Thai Nguyen province, Vietnam.

The searingly angry wife and her friends burst in on the philandering pair.

The hapless husband was left untouched.

But three-months pregnant Ly pulled on latex gloves as her three female friends held the struggling mistress down by the head, arms and legs on the motel's bed.

As a friend snapped some pictures, Ly opened a large bag of bright red, super-hot chillies and began stuffing them into the mistress's vagina.

The deed done, the group posted the pictures on social media to further humiliate the girl.

They have since gone viral throughout Asia.

But their malevolent message backfired.

Furious followers wanted to know why she punished the mistress so severely, but ignored her wayward husband.
Furious followers wanted to know why she punished the mistress so severely, but ignored her wayward husband. Facebook

They accused Ly of being cruel.

Ly responded before shutting down her Facebook page:

"How can he care for us if he cheats with another girl? A woman who destroys the family? 'Women can forgive easily but they can never forget.

"Jealousy is painful. She will know this.

'There are people who hate me now, but life is like that, you cannot please everyone."

Originally published as Raging wife attacks mistress with chillis

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