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Wife caught husband cheating, puts husband in a cage & throws him into a river

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In yet another nail-biting incident, a Chinese woman caught his husband half-naked, in bed with another woman, tired him in a cage, and dropped it into a river, reported Mail Online.

This shocking incident recently happened in Maoming city located in southwestern Guangdong province of China and was caught on camera by Chinese media.

In the viral video, the half-naked husband was in a state of shock when a couple of men barged into his room where he was spotted with his mistress.

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After which they tied him up inside a bamboo cage, then carried him out of the building before throwing him into a river nearby. He was later lifted out of the water soon after the incident.

Wife caught husband cheating, puts husband in a cage & throws him into a river

According to a Daily Mail report, the method, loosely translated as ‘dip in a pig cage’, was practiced by Chinese people during the Ming dynasty (1368 – 1644 AD) and Qing dynasty (1644 – 1912 AD) as a type of lynching or punishment for adultery.

As per the practice of ancient times, the accused person would be tied up and put inside the cage to prevent them from escaping. They would then be thrown into a river and drown until they die.

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Soon after the incident came to light, local police were alerted and the man rescued and taken to the hospital where he is receiving treatment.

The man was in stable condition after the incident, police said. Four suspects have been detained amid an ongoing investigation.

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