A teacher at Ihlathi High School in Bulawayo landed herself in hot soup when she violated a protection order that was granted against her ordering her not to verbally abuse her ex-husband.
This was after she sent him nasty messages accusing him of forcing her to wash his soiled undies.
This came to light when Rudo Mungwa (33) appeared before Bulawayo magistrate Gamuchirai Gore facing an insult charge.
She pleaded guilty and was remanded out of custody to 1 August for sentencing.
In her defence Mungwa laid the blame on her ex-husband Onet Nkala whom she accused of being the one who initially insulted her.
She said she did not insult him as she was only reminding him of what he did.
The court heard that on a date unknown to the State but during the night Mungwa sent her ex-husband offensive messages saying: “Do you remember when you wanted me to wash your soiled undies and you recall that you failed to wipe your butt0cks.”
Mungwa’s verbal assault did not end there.
On the same day she allegedly sent another message, saying, “That is why Richard mocks you for failing to take care of your child, but how could you, when you are failing to wipe your butt0cks?”
The court heard that by sending her ex-husband those offensive text messages Mungwa defied the protection order which was granted against her last year.
The order spells out that she was not to send offensive messages to Nkala.