Man Commits Crime to Escape Nagging Wife
December 29, 2007 | by Mui Mui

A man from Shanghai has been constantly blamed and harassed by his wife for not making enough money. He finally decided to rob people just so he could go to jail and avoid his wife’s nagging abuse.

29 year-old Linghua Wong works as a technician. He and his wife XiaoFeng have been married for nine years and have one daughter. Everyone knows Wong is a good father and husband, but his wife is not happy that he’s making so little money, and so she verbally abusing him by calling him names and making fun of him.

At first, he tried not going home to avoid his wife’s nagging but that didn’t work. Finally, he just couldn’t take it anymore. He walked in to the police station and lied that he robbed someone and ask to be taken to the jail. The police did not believe his story and refused to arrest him, so he decided to rob someone for real.

He pointed a toy gun at a taxi driver, told him that he’s a fugitive and demanded the driver’s money. The driver then screamed, which scared Wong away.


After his failed attempt, he tried again with a young couple. The young couple turned out their pockets and showed they had no real money. Wong desperately turned to a woman who was passing by and the woman replied calmly, “You can shoot me, but I only got 3 bucks”.

Wong, frustrated with failure, gave up, but was soon arrested for his many attempts.

“I intentionally kept doing this because that gives me enough evidence to be arrested so I can go to jail and not have to face my wife again.”

Wong is so afraid of his wife he cannot even ask for a divorce. Instead he chose to break the law and go to jail.

He was sentenced to four years for intentional robbery, but at least he is finally free from his wife.

In China, Shanghai men are well known as “Pa Lao Po”, which means “afraid of wives”. Shanghai women are the dominant ones in the family.


Mui Mui
Mui Mui is another of our wonderful, yet weird, editors who also is a well established world traveler. Born in Asia, Mui Mui is our expert on whether the articles we publish remain appropriate and not offensive in nature. Mui Mui’s favorite place is Italy where she spent 4 years and eventually fell in love with.
  • Yes, Shanghai Xiaojie’s are very dominant. Even those not originally from there but genetically connected, like either parent. Its worse if through the mother though. Such is the way of genetics. Their great beauty lures the minds of the male who doesn’t understand exactly what he is expected to provide, which is virtually heart, mind and soul to be sacrificed at his dominatrix’s will. I would liken the scenario unto the mating ritual of Black Widow spiders. It provides a deeper meaning altogether to the saying, “Shanghaied in Shanghai.”

  • lol

    maybe the women is a shopping-crazed housewife who is unemployed, and does not cook or clean. Poor man from Shanghai mistakenly asked her to marry him after he got drunk and was forced to follow through by her shotgun-wielding father.

    Remember kids don’t drink so young see what happen when you drink?

  • one of the many reasons to fear women….ha ha…

  • holy crap that is scary… Now I am afraid of women from Shanghai now…

  • Now HE gets to be the wife.

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  • I use to live near Shanghai. Don’t even bother with the girls. They’re all cunts. Metaphorical cunts.

  • She forgotten out to liv tyler nude celebrity it. She wanted him to cum, too.

  • my Chinese prof warned us about Shanghai women too. She said that even though most of them are beautiful, they're really strict also.

  • This is all about revenge for these women who have seen all the sexists acts in the past that Asian men have played on women, well now its time for the women to give the men a taste of the past!!!! My beautiful wife is Asian BUT she is Japanese not Chinese

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