Man Loses Wife as Part of Bizarre Bet

Written by:
Thomas Somach
Published on:
May/30/2016

A man bet away his wife as part of an Indian Premier League (IPL) wager with another man.

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According to ANI, the matter came to light after Ravinder Singh’s fellow gamblers began harassing his wife Jasmeet Kaur, prompting her to approach the local police with the help of social activists.

The police have registered a case, while the accused is still at large.

The couple had been married for five years but during that time her husband had gambled away all the valuables of their household and also planned on selling the couple’s home following the IPL gambling loss.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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