Punjab, INDIA — 32-year-old Indira Mahajan was stoned to death today after being found guilty by the Haryana High court of Punjab, India. Her husband, 51-year-old Bijan Kumar Mahajan said he is thrilled with the ruling and says the court’s decision brings much happiness to his friends and family.
Justice Paramjeet Singh Dhaliwal heard Mr. Mahajan’s thirty minute long testimony and immediately found the woman guilty. “I heard Mr. Mahajan’s story and it was obvious that this woman needed to pay for her crimes. She shamed her husband, her family and her entire village. Justice was definitely served today.”
During the trial Mr. Mahajan explained to Justice Dhaliwal the reason that he wanted his wife of 21-years dead. “She kept sending me Facebook game requests for a stupid golf game called Fairway Solitaire with cards and an evil gopher. I told her numerous times to stop sending me these game requests but she never listened,” Mahajan said. “She knows I don’t play golf. One time, I beat her and played Fairway Solitaire and I hated it. It has a foolish gopher that mocks you if you make a mistake. That gopher showed much disrespect for my family.” Mr. Mahajan continued, “I yelled at her, I beat her, I raped her, I let my brother rape her, I let the neighbors rape her, I let the village rape her and still she kept sending me these game requests for Fairway Solitaire.”
Immediately after the guilty verdict the wife of Mr. Mahajan was taken out in the back of the courthouse where she was placed in a ditch and covered with dirt up to her neck. Then at exactly noon, the men and boys of the village threw rocks and stones bludgeoning her until she was dead. Her deceased body was then dragged through town as an example for other women of the village not to disobey their husbands.
34-year-old year old Erich Sean from England who is in Punjab on business was at the trial when the verdict came in. “That poor, poor girl. What is wrong with these people? I have to get the fu*k out of this backwards country tonight!”
At a press conference in New York, Paul Horner who is the the president of ‘People against Games on Facebook’ (PGF) explained to reporters about the dangers of sending Facebook game requests to friends and family members. “This is just one of the many problems that can arise when people send game requests on Facebook. Your annoying friend on Facebook gets the brilliant idea that you might want to stop what you are doing and help them build a cartoon barn or plant a field of carrots,” Horner told CNN. “So they send you a game request and then you have to log in to Facebook to see what your friend sent. You then see it is something you could absolutely care less about, you get mad and then you want to kill them. Eventually the tragic event that took place in Punjab today is going to happen somewhere else. It’s only a matter of time.”
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