A mum-of-two's secret affair was exposed when a DNA test revealed her twins had different fathers. The bizarre case is said to be one-in-a-million, according to reports.
Recently in a truly bizarre turn of events, a lady's disloyalty was uncovered when a DNA test uncovered that her two twins actually had different dads.
Yes, you read it right the first time around, the TWINS had different fathers! The 'one in a million' case was accounted for by city experts in China when the lady enrolled the births.
She had asked for a paternity test in Xiamen, so she could register them. The outcomes, be that as it may, were a long way from what anybody anticipated and frankly could comprehend! One of the twins was her husband's, while the other twin, amazingly, was fathered by another man.
It's known as a 'double pregnancy', or 'heteropaternal superfecundation', in which at least two eggs discharged in a similar cycle are fertilized by sperm from different dads.
The lady had clearly held her two-faced ways hush-hush, with her significant other accepting – as anyone would – that the two twins were his.
The dad had, nonetheless, asked why the twins did not resemble the other in any manner, as indicated by the Chinese paper Strait Herald. As the paper detailed, one tyke had clearly distinctive eyes, mouth, and nose, and did not take after the dad at all which naturally raised eyebrows.
And obviously, trusting the kids to be twins, the man had never scrutinized the likelihood of not being the natural dad to one of them. However, for the unlucky lady, the paternity test is a normal part of the city's legitimate procedure, and important to enlist the infants, thus she had to take it.
Be that as it may, when the oddity was found, at first the lady endeavored to accuse her significant other and blamed him for altering the consequences of the test. However, she eventually admitted to cheating, saying she had a one night stand with another man.
The dad reportedly said, "I obviously still want my own child, but I’m unwilling to raise someone else’s."
Furthermore, as indicated by specialists, the highly uncommon instance of heteropaternal superfecundation implies that the lady would have needed to have intercourse with the two men within a couple of days of one another at most.
The abnormal instance of the twins-however not-full-twins was made open by the Fujian Zhengtai Judicial Authentication Center in Xiamen, The Sun reports.
The director of the center, Ms. Zhang, said, "This is a very special case. It means that the woman had sexual relations with two men – and was impregnated by them at the same time. They’re fraternal twins. A very uncommon and rare case,"
Discussing the couple's relationship after the astounding disclosure, Zhang included that the couple has 'dealt with the issue themselves'.