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Rescued housewife convicted of adultery with her rescuer
A Taipei district court judge yesterday convicted a housewife
dissuaded from committing suicide by a man 30 years her senior of adultery
with him and sentenced them to three months in prison each.
The identity of Tsai's husband was withheld.
Chungliao is a town in Nantou County in central Taiwan.
The husband, whom Tsai left in April last year, sued her and the man known as Yen, 61, for adultery.
Yen happened to meet Tsai,31, who was about to throw herself into the Tamsui river. He persuaded her to live with him at his Wanhua home in Taipei.
Tsai gave birth to a baby in last June.
Both Yen and Tsai pleaded guilty at the trial.
The judge handed down the sentences suspended for two years.
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