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Woman Slaps Boyfriend 52 Times For Not Buying Her New Phone





Giving or receiving gifts when you’re in a romantic relationship is not that important. However, couples usually do this to show their affection towards their partner.

So what will you do if you ask for a gift from your boyfriend and he failed to get it? Some might probably just pout, get a little upset, or let it go — but not this particular woman. She couldn’t keep calm and launched slaps her boyfriend numerous times when he failed to buy her a smartphone for Valentine’s Day.

Surveillance and cell phone cameras caught the couple fighting in the Dazhou Sichuan province. The woman is seen berating the man before a large crowd. However, things turned violent when she began slapping him numerous times — 52 times to be exact.

The boyfriend remained still and simply takes the abuse. He barely flinches, let alone try to restrain her or retaliate in any way.

Things got even more interesting when the police attempted to separate the pair as the man still insisted on defending the woman even after the painful ordeal she had put him through. He said that he had made a mistake by not buying her the phone and claimed that receiving the physical abuse from his partner was the only way to calm her anger.

A police investigation confirmed that the woman slapped her boyfriend 52 times, which is a bizarre way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. The couple admitted to the police that they argued over some issue.

According to reports, the woman was supporting her boyfriend financially for a long time, so she got upset when he couldn’t even buy her a phone for Valentine’s Day. This or any other reason is not a good enough explanation for abusing someone and humiliating them in public. What the woman did was wrong and unethical – something that shouldn’t be thought of as funny.

The couple refused to settle their dispute at the police station, but eventually calmed down and vowed to solve their problems in a more civilized manner in the future.

In case you were wondering why the Chinese woman was asking for Valentine’s gift in May, it’s because instead of February 14, Chinese couples celebrate Valentine’s Day on May 20 or “520” as they call it.

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