The irony of life is without question.
He was born with a silver spoon, had the best education. Maybe because he was of the 'right' race, colour and religion.
He admits that he had an affair with her. He kept it from his wife, daughter and others. He travelled the world, dined at the best restaurants etc.
On finding out his deeds, his wife and daughter forgave him and embraced him with open arms.
The prosecution failed in proving the case beyond reasonable doubt. He was set free.
He beamed, smiled and laughed.
Now he is off to Oxford University to complete his PH.D.
As they say, Malaysians are no ordinary people. Is this what they meant?