What if there ever was ‘So who wants to be my mistress competition?’ In China a millionaire hosted one when the economy forced him to make cutbacks.
At the time, the businessman, identified only by his last name — Fan — was married and had four other mistresses, according to the Peninsula Metropolis Daily newspaper in Qingdao.
The women knew of one another, but none elected to break up with the man and give up their rent-free apartment and a 5,000 yuan ($730) monthly allowance, the reports said.
When the economy soured, the businessman apparently decided to let go of all but one mistress.
He staged a private talent show in May, without telling the women his intentions. An instructor from a local modeling agency judged the women on the way they looked, how they sang and how much alcohol they could hold, the Shanghai Daily said.
If a mistress loses their job in China, are they eligible for unemployment?
This already wacky story, soon went over the edge.
The judge knocked out Yu in the first round of the competition based on her looks. Angry, she decided to exact revenge by telling her lover and the four other women to accompany her on a sightseeing trip before she returned to her home province, the media reports said.
It was during the trip that Yu reportedly drove the car off the cliff.
Yu died, the rest survived. What kind of idiot gets in a car with a fired mistress?
The story isn’t over yet.
Fan shut down his company after the crash and paid Yu’s parents 580,000 yuan ($84,744) as compensation for her death.
The four other women left him, as did his wife when she learned of the affairs.
The woman almost kills him and four others, but he pays compensation. Some how I don’t feel sorry for Mr. Fan.
Hat tip- Below the Beltway