Skip to comments.Egyptian Woman Files for Divorce Over Husband's Refusal To Shower
Posted on 11/20/2007 4:14:38 AM PST by steve-b
An Egyptian woman has filed for divorce from her husband on the grounds that he has not showered since they married, AlArabiya.net reported Sunday.
The wedding took place two months ago.
It was a quick courtship for Yara Saad Al-Din, 23, and Aysar Ali, 31, who got engaged two weeks after meeting on an airplane, AlArabiya reported.
But a couple of months into the marriage and the honeymoon is over. Ali recently confessed to his blushing bride that he hasn't showered in all eight weeks of their union, and now the missus is ready to change her marriage vows to "till dirt do us part."
Ali claimed he could not bathe because of a skin disease which made him allergic to water. While a doctor confirmed Ali had a skin disease, he also said it had nothing to do with water, AlArabiya reported.
Al-Din filed for divorce. When Ali refused to grant her one, she filed for khol'a an arrangement within Islam which will grant a woman a divorce if she renounces some financial rights....
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He's in de Nile.
Well, no, he isn't!
A Cairo practitioner?
Wash like an Egyptian. . . .
The guy doesn't just smell -- he SPHYNX!
The Unnngh khol'a.
He needs to find the Pharaoh faucet.
Dang...ya beat me to it.
She said it’s Lux or else!
This is the key here. If he makes her have to initiate, she loses rights to her dowry
Muslims bathe? Who knew?
Now, Indians are a much more discerning people — they have a Sikh scents about these things...
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA - you get my vote for the best one-liner on this thread!!!!!!
Oh no....... another good one. I’m laughing so hard my sides hurt.
Q: What does an Egyptian Lawyer do?
A: He Suez.
Originally when the wife told her husband she wanted a divorce, he told her to keep her Hatsepshut or he’d smack her in the Cheops...
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