When most people think of divorce, the words “irreconcilable differences” usually come to mind. Woman’s Day reports the most common reasons for divorce include infidelity, financial issues, and different forms of abuse. However, one Nigerian woman has a different reason for filing for divorce. Apparently, her husband’s penis size has fueled her desire for a divorce.
According to Mirror Online, Aisha Dannupawa and her “well-endowed” husband, Ali Maizinari, had been married for one week when she decided to call it quits. The housewife and mother-of-three insists her husband’s large member is a problem that she cannot tolerate. The painful sexual encounters were reportedly “too much to bear.” So, after having intercourse twice, she called it quits.
According to Nigeria’s Tribune, the woman, whose name has not been released, reportedly gave a statement in court recounting the incident that contributed to her decision to file for divorce. Apparently, her husband’s penis size is a serious flaw that she cannot overlook.
She revealed the sexual experiences were so horrific that she needed medication. She reportedly confided in her mother about their first sexual encounter and her intent to leave her husband. However, her mother apparently did not agree with the notion of ending her marriage for that particular reason. So, she opted to give her husband a second chance. Unfortunately, the second sexual encounter reportedly made matters worse, which led to her decision to go ahead and file for divorce.
“When he came, we had sex but the experience was a nightmare. Instead of enjoying the sex, it turned out to be something else because his penis was too big… I told my mother the experience but she told me to endure and that with time, I will be able to cope. She then gave me some drugs.”
Dannupawa’s “well-endowed” husband is willing to accept his wife’s request to dissolve their marriage. He also did not deny her claims. However, he does expect certain terms to be met. He has requested to be compensated for the money he spent during their relationship and the brief marriage.
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