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Woman takes stranger for her husband and has sex with him

A Malaysian woman who had sex with a houseguest says she mistakenly thought the man was her husband and has filed a complaint that she was raped, police said Tuesday.

The 40-year-old housewife in eastern Terengganu state alleged that her husband was away at work when she went to bed early Friday morning after making preparations for the annual Eid al-Fitr festival that weekend, said K. Manoharan, Terengganu deputy criminal investigation chief.

An hour later, she claimed a man whom she thought was her husband snuggled into bed and that they had sex although she didn't see his face, he said.

She only realized her mistake when her husband returned and asked her about seeing their guest, who is his colleague, leaving her room, he said. The couple later lodged a complaint with police that she was raped, Manoharan said.

"We are a bit suspicious on the claims made by the victim. It's strange - a woman not knowing if it's her husband or not," Manoharan told the Associated Press.

None of the three people were identified.

Police questioned the guest, a 29-year-old laborer who has been staying with the couple for the past two months, and released him on bail, he said. Investigations are continuing, he said, declining to give further information.

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