Wife, a colleague from the company is having a birthday party
Last week, a male colleague from her company had a birthday and invited my wife and a few colleagues to dinner together. Without inviting family members, I didn't feel embarrassed to go. I told my wife to be careful not to drink too much, especially when I learned that my wife was the only one with a daughter. I was a bit worried, but I don't think anything would happen to my colleagues. Before returning at 9 pm, I made a phone call to my wife, but no one answered. I wonder if the scene was too lively to hear. At 10:11, I kept calling, but no one answered. I was a bit anxious, and all my colleagues who called him had their phones turned off. At 12 o'clock, my wife's phone turned off, and I was so anxious that I couldn't sleep all night.
The next morning, I called his company and my colleague told me that she had drunk too much yesterday and was taken to a colleague's house. It was okay. I asked for a colleague's phone number, but they all seemed to deliberately refuse to tell me and only agreed to contact me. I finally got that person's phone number from a good colleague of hers. I called and the person who answered the call was a man. I said hello a few times, but they hung up and didn't answer any more calls. I went directly to my wife's company and asked a person who was attending a party in person. He said that after dinner at around 11 o'clock, she drank too much. The others went to sing, but only the male colleague agreed to take her home. I said my wife didn't come back all night, so I asked where the man who sent my wife lived and I went straight over.
When I arrived downstairs at his house, I knocked on the door and quickly opened it. When I entered the room, I saw my daughter-in-law unconscious, lying on the bed covered with a blanket. Because the house was a one bedroom apartment, there was only one bed, and this person was single, living alone. Obviously, he was also sleeping on this bed. I was very unhappy at the time, but I still managed to hold back. My mind was very confused at that time, and all I could think of was taking my wife into the car and taking her home first. My daughter-in-law didn't fully wake up until the afternoon when she came home. She told me that she remembered being advised to drink yesterday, but she didn't drink much, so I don't know what to do next.
I think even if my daughter-in-law drinks too much, she won't be unable to wake up for an extra day at night. Has someone been drugged? Thinking about the phone call that night and asking his colleague if he didn't directly give me his phone number, the more I thought about it, the more it went wrong. Is this a conspiracy of partnership? Promising to take his wife home but delivering it to his own house, he can definitely come up with a reason to say that he couldn't find my phone number, and nothing happened to him and his wife. I don't want to admit one thing, but I must accept it. My daughter-in-law must have lost her virginity. Even if there was no sexual intercourse, she was thoroughly touched. I want to report this immediately, but I don't have much evidence in my hands. My daughter-in-law can't remember anything. What should I do?
(Intern Editor: Lai Jiaxing)