A woman has married a farmer who abandoned her after her son’s birth.
The couple, who live on the farm in Mie Prefecture, Japan, are the second couple to do so in two years.
The bride is the second Japanese woman to marry a farmer, the first being Aya Mizuno, a retired school teacher from Hiroshima.
The groom, meanwhile, is a farmer with his own farm, and the bride is an agricultural scientist who also has a lab at her workplace.
They were married on January 18, the same day a local newspaper reported that the bride’s husband had abandoned her.
According to a local police report, the couple’s farm was closed for a few days after the birth of their child.
They had been married on September 5, the day the girl was born.
The bride had given birth to the child in March.
The couple, however, had been unable to get permission from the government to re-open the farm.
In December, a farmer had taken a video of his son’s hand.
He filmed it on his cellphone and posted it on the internet, but the police took the video down.
In the video, the boy’s father is seen talking with the groom.
The girl is crying and begging the farmer to leave.
The farmer, who is wearing a shirt that says “happy day” on it, asks her to give him her cellphone, but she refuses.
The father asks the girl to come over to his farm and bring her home, and she says no.
The farmer then says to the girl, “Don’t cry, we will take care of the baby.”
When the girl is shown a photo of the boy, she says, “That’s the last one I will ever see.”
She continues crying and begs to return home.
The video ends with the farmer holding the girl in his arms and telling her to call his parents.
The boy’s mother was so devastated that she tried to contact the police, but they refused to intervene.
She also tried to take the girl’s cellphone to the police station.