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Handsome Dad Sues Wife for Giving Birth to an Ugly Baby

ugly chinese baby, man sues wife for ugly baby

Not an actual picture of the ugly baby but sure makes you wonder how ugly this guy’s kid could have been.

Is there anything more beautiful than the birth of a baby? Apparently, that all depends on how good-looking the baby is.

Jian Feng is a Chinese man so sure of his own good looks, so crushed by the wrinkly ugly mess that was handed to him in a swaddle, that he decided to sue his wife because the awful looking baby was totally her fault.

At first the man thought she must have had an affair — no way his DNA could be part of such a horrific package. But his wife insisted the baby was his. The ugliness, she eventually admitted, was indeed all her. Apparently, she used to be ugly and underwent all kinds of cosmetic surgery in order to not be so. This all happened before the two met, she never mentioned anything to him (because of his generous personality and open mind, I suppose?).

The man argued to the judge who would decide the lawsuit that, when they were married, he took his vows under false pretenses and, therefore, is a total victim. He should win the damages and be able to move on with his black heart and handheld mirror.

Reader, he won.

The judge ruled in favor of Feng and against the now-pretty wife with the ugly child.

She should probably file her own lawsuit for even more damages from having married Feng under the false pretense that he wasn’t a shitty husband and father.

[via The Frisky via PlanetIvy]

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