Here's an interesting case of bigamy involving a...woman...100 euro fine and was given six months to pay it - not too bad considering the offence carries a maximum sentence of seven years.
You seriously think in this day and age any court anywhere in the West would have thrown the book at her
? Ha ha ha ha ha! Too funny.
Please. Why did they even bother subjecting her to the law at all? I'm surprised the court didn't offer her an apology for inconveniencing her.
Floozy behavior is so commonplace now that she could never be shamed by society for committing bigamy.
But she deliberately lied three times on three separate forms falsely claiming she was single and free to marry. The pathetic fee serves as no penalty and no deterrent for this obvious sham marriage to a second Pakistani migrant husband (whom surprise, surprise she subsequently became estranged from) and only confirms the gynocentrism of the Western legal system.
I presume that the man mentioned by the OP would have to be prosecuted in Poland
No presumptions. It would be guaranteed the man
would have been prosecuted and punished to the fullest extent of the law anywhere in the West.