India court says ‘fat elephant’ taunt is sufficient grounds for divorce

It’s not unusual to see this type of unreasonable behaviour being cited in English divorce petitions; it is a perfect example of quite how subjective unreasonable behaviour is (i.e. how it made the petitioner feel) and how it is assessed and treated by the court. 

A court in the Indian capital has ruled that calling a husband 'fat elephant' could be grounds for divorce.
The Delhi high court upheld a 2012 lower court order which had granted divorce, saying that taunting a spouse amounted to 'mental cruelty'.