A woman in Vietnam is generating controversy after stuffing chili peppers into the vagina of her husband's mistress.
Ly Chanel, 23, said her husband Chien Keo, 24, kept disappearing for hours at a time, prompting her to suspect he was having an affair, reports the Daily Mail.
On July 18, she and three of her girlfriends followed him to a motel, where she found him with his alleged mistress.
In a scheme apparently hatched in advance, the three friends restrained the mistress and removed her underwear. Ly then put on latex gloves, and began penetrating the woman with the hot peppers, which were identified very specifically as "super-hot 200,000 scoville units red bird's eye chilis."
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As the victim was being held down by her head, arms and legs while writing in agony, one of Ly's accomplices took photos, which the group later posted online, boasting of the punishment.
According to police, the victim has not filed a complaint, but but prosecutors say that Ly could be fined if charges are filed. Giang Hong Thanh, a lawyer from the district attorney's office, issued a statement in which he sympathized with both Ly and the victim who was "rubbed" with "smears."
"First of all, it is necessary to share and sympathize with the wife's psychological state of affairs in this case if it is indeed the case that a woman who has been rubbed has damaged her family's well-being," he said. "However, rubbing chili in another person's sensitive area and posting the clip on the internet is a sign of humiliating others. If chili smears cause injury to another woman's genitalia the wife may be dealt with under Article 104 of the Penal Code may be subject to administrative sanctions and a fine…."
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Ly's idea for the sadistic revenge might have come from the internet, as a Google search for "chili pepper vagina" yields many results, including the following headline examples:
- "Red hot chili pepper poured into Zimbabwe woman's vagina"
- "Because sometimes we get hot pepper down there"
- "When you accidentally set your vagina on fire with chili oil"
- "For the love of God, please don't put chili residue in someone's vagina"
- "I had sex after cutting a jalapeno and burned my vagina"
One particularly popular story involved a British video prankster named Brad Holmes, who put chili pepper on his girlfriend's tampon and filmed the results, which quickly went viral.
There's also at least one case involving a celebrity. Chrissy Teigen, the famous supermodel wife of John Legend, got jalapeno pepper juice on her vagina in 2015 and posted about it on Twitter, as reported by The Inquisitr. "Just took a shower after cleaning those jalapenos and it is truly was the biggest mistake of my life like I don't think I can have kids now," she tweeted.