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Hawod sa "multi-tasking"
« on: May 21, 2015, 12:17:58 PM »
Chinese man 'with 17 girlfriends' arrested for fraud
http://www.bbc.com/
19 May 2015

The women discovered each other when they rushed to hospital after Mr Yuan's accident
A Chinese man who was caught cheating on 17 girlfriends at once has been arrested for fraud.



The man from Hunan province made headlines last month when all 17 women discovered each other when they rushed to his hospital bedside.

The allegation of fraud relates to sums of money which he regularly took from the deceived women, according to the South China Morning Post (SCMP).

The women set up an online chat group called "revenge alliance", SCMP said.

It was on this chat group that they discovered he would ask some of his girlfriends for money every month, the paper said.

The man, identified only as Mr Yuan from the city of Changsha, in Hunan province, is reported to have had a child with one of the women and had been planning a wedding with another.
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Re: Hawod sa "multi-tasking"
« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2015, 12:18:36 PM »

Awkward meeting

The reality that he had been dating all the women for the same time, some of them for years, came to light when doctors contacted his loved ones after he had an accident last month.

"I was really worried when I heard that he was in hospital," Xiao Li, who had been seeing Mr Yuan for 18 months, told the local Xiaoxiang Chen Bao paper at the time.

"But when I started seeing more and more beautiful girls show up, I couldn't cry any more."

When the story of his multiple girlfriends first came to light, thousands of comments were posted on social media about Mr Yuan's exploits, some admiring his ability to "multi-task".
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Re: Hawod sa "multi-tasking"
« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2015, 12:23:53 PM »
Mao ni ang multi-tasking master...


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Re: Hawod sa "multi-tasking"
« Reply #3 on: May 21, 2015, 12:24:20 PM »

CHANGSHA, China, April 6 (UPI) -- A philandering Chinese man who secretly had 17 girlfriends was exposed when all of his paramours arrived at the same time to visit him in the hospital.
The Changsha man, identified by the surname Yuan, was hospitalized March 24 with non-life-threatening injuries from a car accident and doctors got into contact with a number of people they believed to be family members.

However, the 17 people who turned up at the hospital were revealed to be Yuan's girlfriends, who were unaware of each others' existence until they all arrived at the hospital at the same time.

A girlfriend who identified herself as Xiao Li said she has spoken with several of the other women and discovered many of them had been regularly giving him money. She said one of the women had been supporting him financially for nine years.

Yuan, who also allegedly fabricated his education background to get a job with a large company, is facing a fraud charge after he allegedly bilked his ex-wife of more than $40,000.
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Re: Hawod sa "multi-tasking"
« Reply #4 on: May 21, 2015, 01:27:40 PM »

sa kakuwang ug mga baye sa china, giilogan pa gyod nila ning nawonga? ;D
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