Jealous Thai wife accepts job at brothel after tracking cheating husband to the den of iniquity

A jealous Thai wife who suspected her husband was cheating tracked him down to a brothel in Chiang Mai and was promptly offered a job. She accepted.

The unnamed wife told a reporter that she had been suspicious of her husband’s adulterous affairs for a while and curiosity got the better of her so she checked his wallet, reported Bangkok Jack.

“I found evidence of my husband’s infidelity in his wallet. It was a user stamp card for a sex shop called “Chin-name Inran OL Kurabu” (C*ck-licking Debauched Office Lady Club).

“I was curious to know more details of where he’d been going. So, I phoned the number on the card and asked, and was told, ‘If you come to see for yourself you’ll understand.’

“I was scared, but even more worried he might bring home a sexually transmitted disease, so I went to take a look for myself.

“At what appeared to be the shop’s office, I asked the manager what went on in there and he told me it did not appear to be intercourse. Not quite anyway. So, I felt reassured.”

The dismayed wife was then shocked by the brothel manager’s next question. He asked…

“Would you like to try and work here yourself?”

She was initially shocked by the offer but then curiosity got the better of her and she agreed.

“When I got it on with my first customer, it was so much more sensual than the kind of sex we have at home. I was really turned on. As I was told by the boss, I only had to do ‘sumata,’ which doesn’t involve full sex but almost and everything else.

“I loved it and since then I’ve been working secretly at the same shop. But I worry a little that one of these days I’ll run into my hubby there by accident.”

What would the chances be?

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Bob Scott is an experienced writer and editor with a passion for travel. Born and raised in Newcastle, England, he spent more than 10 years in Asia. He worked as a sports writer in the north of England and London before relocating to Asia. Now he resides in Bangkok, Thailand, where he is the Editor-in-Chief for The Thaiger English News. With a vast amount of experience from living and writing abroad, Bob Scott is an expert on all things related to Asian culture and lifestyle.

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