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[Cyber world] Boy gains a dozen ex-wives via Internet
Latest Updated by 2006-08-24 11:45:03

A mother in Zhejiang Province was shocked when she learned that her 14-year-old son had married a dozen times on the Internet.

The boy became addicted to surfing the Internet early this year. Every day he spent at least a dozen hours playing online games.

Last week, he admitted to his parents that he had married many times on the cyber world. The longest marriage lasted for two months; the shortest, merely hours.

He knew his online wives, all aged between 13 to 25, through playing online games and would propose a marriage as long as he thought the girl was beautiful after having an online video chat.

Editor: Wing

By: Source:China Daily Website
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