The man said that his wife had taken ‘300 tik-tok' videos showing ‘pornographic content'.
The Supreme Court on Friday refused to petition for anticipatory bail by a person accused of cruelty by his wife.
The man said that his wife had taken “300 tik-tok” videos showing “pornographic content”.
Chief Justice of India Sharad A. The three-judge bench headed by Bobde made it clear that the man had no sympathy.
“You are a cruel man. You have shown cruelty to your wife, “Chief Justice Bobde, during a virtual hearing, kicked out the person represented by his lawyer.
The man denied that he was cruel to his wife.
“We are not saying that you are cruel, this is what your wife says here,” CJI pointed to the case papers.
The man's lawyer claimed that his wife had harassed him by taking a number of tick-tock videos. “Videos of obscenity,” the lawyer announced.
But the court was unhappy with the submission.
“If he did that and you can't go with him, you can divorce him. Chief Justice Bobde said,” There is no need to resort to cruelty on him.
The lawyer then claimed that the wife's FIR was “unilateral”.
“The FIR is always one sided. I have never seen a ‘joint' FIR lodged by both the parties (the victim and the accused), “Chief Justice Bobde dismissed the case.