Wifes Volvo Ends Up On Top Of Cheat Hubbys BMW

Story ByJohn FengSub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyAsia Wire Report

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This is the moment a wife pursuing her cheating husband ends up with her Volvo on top of his BMW while her young daughter was in the back seat – in a stunt which has led to them both being charged.

The investigation’s conclusion as well as the subsequent charges were brought by the New Taipei District Prosecutors Office on 9th July.

The dramatic chase was captured by shocked witnesses in Tucheng District in North Taiwan’s New Taipei City on 25th December last year.

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Suspicious wife, Chan, who was identified by her surname, was out with her daughter on Christmas Day when she spotted her husband’s BMW – and a young woman sitting in the front passenger seat.

Chan, 37, immediately suspected he was being unfaithful, and her fears were all but confirmed when her spouse Hsiao, also 37, attempted to speed away as soon as he saw her.

Chan chased after her husband’s BMW saloon in her Volvo XC40 on Jincheng Road, and, in an attempt to stop him, crashed into and drove up the side of his car.

The video shows Chan’s SUV parked on top of the BMW as she opens her back door to grab their young daughter.

Chan then walks over to her husband’s car to confront him as the young woman exits the front passenger seat and runs off.

According to reports, her husband was caught in the act as he took the young mistress – a colleague – out shopping on Christmas Day.

The woman later hid inside a metro station as Chan and Hsiao had a row on the street.

The New Taipei District Prosecutors Office said the couple’s row resulted in a “race” as one pursued the other at high speed.

Prosecutors have therefore seen fit to charge Chan with obstructing public road safety, while her husband Hsiao is charged with endangering public safety.

Legal proceedings on behalf of the city are still continuing. 

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John Feng

I am a senior journalist and editor, and have worked for a number of different news agencies over the last decade. I am currently editor-in-chief of the Asia Wire Report news wire.

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