“Came back from Bangkok, walking hand in hand with the girl, wearing couple’s t-shirts, neglected his son, neglected his wife” — these were some phrases shared by Facebook user Jolly Hong who waited with her son at Changi Airport in hopes of finding her husband, Mr Chua, who had disappeared for six months.
Ms Hong posted details of the incident on June 18, noting her husband didn’t even bother giving money for their son’s upbringing. She was a full-time housewife ever since their son’s birth, leaving her with no income. A video of the confrontation at Changi Airport has since gone viral on social media, with Ms Hong telling Mr Chua she had been looking for him for six months, only to catch him holding another woman’s hand.
“What is this supposed to mean?” she asked in Chinese.
“I’m still your legal wife, remember that,” said added.
On Monday (June 20), Ms Hong posted a lengthy background to what happened, noting she was tired and everything was too much for her.
It appears that the couple has been together for 11 years, with Ms Hong following Mr Chua from Kuching to Singapore when he decided to get a diploma.
They got married, “no wedding ceremony, no wedding photos, no dowry,” said Ms Hong, who asked her husband to appreciate what she had done for the family while he left for Singapore.
On March 12 last year, Mr Chua allegedly said he needed to go to Singapore for an interview.
“After entering Singapore, he told me that he needed (to) quarantine,” she noted. He stayed at Compassvale Link with a female student he was teaching violin.
Ms Hong and their four-year-old son eventually returned to Kuching for his schooling in December 2021.
Towards the end of last year, Mr Chua became unreachable. When her child asks why his father doesn’t call him, she would say that he was busy working.
Since the school holidays started, Ms Hong planned a visit to their house in Johor Bahru but discovered that the door lock had been changed, forcing her and their child to stay at a hotel.
She then decided to enter Singapore to search for her husband, seeking assistance from the police.
The police learnt from a friend of Mr Chua’s that he was in Thailand. “These days, me and my child have been going back and forth from the hotel and (Changi Airport) waiting for a flight from Thailand,” she explained, leading up to the discovery.
She noted in one of the videos that the woman beside her husband was the same violin student. “Some more, the girl student was still carrying my backpack,” she added.
Furthermore, it appears that Ms Hong had lost contact with their child after handing him over to Mr Chua to bring to JB, where they agreed to meet.
She said he had a Singapore-registered car, making the travel easier on their son, while she took a bus.
“In the end, you didn’t show up with our child. Where is my child?” she asked, urging Mr Chua to discuss divorce with her face-to-face. /TISG
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