A man’s claim that he was nearly impaled with a samurai sword by his wife during an argument was not enough to win a divorce, a state judge has ruled.

Shlomo Kupperman, an avid collector of swords, contended that Irene Kupperman, after years of affairs and physically abusing him, wielded the sword against him in an attack that would have killed him but for his daughter’s intervention.

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