One Canadian man has been given a marriage annulment because of his wife's supposed refusal to have sex. Court records show the Ontario Superior Court granted the rare request to Reza Razavian as the judge ruled that the incident seemed to be "as a result of an incapacity or inability to" as opposed to just simple refusal. Razavian said he met his wife, Sadaf Tajik, at the University of Waterloo when they began to date and she said she didn't want to have sex before marriage. In an affidavit, he reports his wife seemingly had a fear of sex once they were married but avoided the subject and would not seek counseling for it. The couple separated just seven weeks after the wedding. The presiding judge says the ruling is based on Canadian law from 1870.