Husband fined for saying ´I don´t love you

kathmandu, Feb 28: A man in Turkey has been fined for saying “I don´t love you” to his wife, BBC reported.

The spouses – who are divorcing – both sought compensation from each other over insults apparently hurled during their marriage.

A lower court had ruled they were both as bad as one another, but the Supreme Court of Appeal said the man´s remark about not loving his wife amounted to “emotional violence”, and ordered him to pay her compensation.

The woman said her husband´s comment had left her “emotionally wrecked”, and that he had often left the marital home. For his part, the man said his wife had repeatedly “cursed” him.