Arab Woman Files For Divorce After Husband Stopped Her From Playing PUBG - TECH FOE

Arab Woman Files For Divorce After Husband Stopped Her From Playing PUBG



PUBG Corporation's battle royale game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is a very popular game on mobile, console and PC. The online game places 100 players on an unknown island (hence the name) to fight themselves for weapons and resources until the last man standing wins the game.

However, countries like Jordan and Nepal have placed a complete ban on the game over concerns that it makes young people aggressive and also make them want to depict the game in real life.

Last week, a 15-year-old Indian boy killed his elder brother for scolding for PUBG. This week, another Indian boy committed suicide because his parents scolded him about the game and then seized his smartphone. This same PUBG was the reason why one Ajman-based couple in the UAE, this year April had to go to court to seek for divorce.

Also Read: Man Mistakenly Kills Friend While Role-playing PUBG With Shotgun

The young woman filed for divorce from her husband after he reportedly tried to stop her from playing PUBG Mobile.


According to the Gulf News, the young woman's online gaming habit on PUBG become too much for her husband to bear, and then stopped her from playing. His reasons were that the wife's addiction to the game were increasing and so he had to stop her so she could focus on the family.

She in return, filed for a divorce that her husband "deprived her of her right to choose her means of entertainment."

The Director of the Social Centre at Ajam Police, Captain Wafa Khalil Al Hosani, expressed shock that this was one of the most bizarre cases that they've seen, while also saying that the woman was "well within limits."

Hosani explained:

"The woman justified her demand for divorce by saying that she was being deprived of her right to choose her means of entertainment as she derived pleasure and comfort from the game. It was well within limits, she said, adding that she had not activated the chat option where she would be exposed to strangers and was playing the game only with her friends and relatives."

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