In Javanese mythology, the Wewe Gombel is a female ghost with long hanging breasts who abducts children neglected by their parents.
Legend has it that she was a woman dumped by her husband when he discovered that she was barren. She killed him after seeing him in the arms of another woman and later committed suicide.
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