A man was arrested and dragged to court for allegedly beating his wife in Zimbabwe.
The man, Fresh Ndlovu was said to have caught his wife Pretty Sibanda sitting on a container, collecting vaginal discharge which she would have mixed with the food which was cooking as a love
According to reports, Ndlovu who is not sure if it was the first time his wife had made an attempt to lace his food with love potion, returned home at about 7 p.m. after a drink with his friends and bumped into his wife in the diabolic act as he didn’t see the need to knock before entering.
The puzzled man quizzed his wife what she was doing, and Pretty, who was caught unaware, could not give a satisfactory answer. Fresh, who had taken one to many wise waters at the bar immediately became sober and gave his love-starved woman a thorough beating. Fresh initially accused his wife of attempting to kill him but the woman after realising that this accusation was more serious than her real intention, she decided to tell the truth ‘and shame the devil’.
Pretty begged for a moment so that she could explain what she was doing. With her tears flowing down her sweet cheeks like an electronic water fountain, the woman opened up and told her dear husband that she had been instructed to make her eat food laced with her vaginal discharge so as to strengthen their marriage.
The chilling confession further angered Fresh and he continued bashing his wife.
Realising that she could be beaten to death, Pretty thrived to escape and she eventually made her way out before rushing to a neighbourhood watch committee member where she reported the matter. The cop accompanied the love potion-smith woman to the police before Fresh got arrested.
For beating up his wife, Fresh was hauled before Binga resident magistrate Mr Shephered Ndlovu facing domestic violence charges. He did not waste the court’s precious time denying what he knows. Instead, the man told the court that he thoroughly bashed his wife because she wanted him to eat her “private parts’ soup”.
Magistrate Ndlovu who shares the same surname with Fresh remanded him out of custody to 13 February. He also advised the complainant to produce a medical report.