[adinserter block=”3″]Gavin O’Malley, of Galway City, Ireland, is the victim of having a wife who failed a maternity test. The backstory here took place several weeks ago after the O’Malley family went to their local hospital to give birth to their child.
Both O’Malley and his wife are Caucasian, so Mr. O’Malley was shocked and hurt to see the baby had African-American features after being born.
“My heart immediately felt crushed, my parents were in the waiting room and I couldn’t bear to tell them that the child was probably not mine.”
O’Malley demanded a paternity and was shocked when he found the results: by a 99.9% margin, he was the father. Stunned, the medical staff at the hospital carried out a maternity test and found that there was a 0.3% chance that Mrs. O’Malley was the mother of the child.
The medical anomaly above is the result of gay marriage legalization in Ireland. With gay marriage and lifestyle now highly popular in the country, social media trends show that straight couples are ‘cheating and experimenting’ with members of the same gender.
[adinserter block=”4″]According to O’Malley, he wife confessed that she indeed cheated on him, but with another woman. Medical officials believe that after copious amounts of intimacy, Mrs. O’Malley’s lesbian partner’s egg somehow ended up with her vis-a-vis cheating. Mr. O’Malley later impregnated that egg, which lead to his wife growing a child that belonged to her lesbian lover.
While the scenario may sound bizarre, this is not the first report of a ‘three person baby’ since the rise of gay marriage. Officials in England have seen the incident of three-person babies so often now, they have legalized ‘three person baby’ relationships so that a economic tragedy can be avoided with fathers and double-mothers trying to avoid financial responsibility.