Harare man catches wife having sex with another man AGAIN


A man caught his wife having s*x with a married man in a vehicle, A Harare court heard.

Charles Mhlanga reportedly caught his wife Abigail Kakono playing the 'hide my sausage' game with the couple's former landlord in his car. Mhlanga told the Harare Civil Court that he was distressed after catching his wife screaming in sexual pleasure during the 'pumping sexercise' with another man. The romp was revealed after Kakono hauled him before magistrate Barbra Masinire seeking a protection order against him.

The cheated man told the court that Kakono was in the habit of offering s*x to other men. he said he had caught her several times being intimate with different men. Kakono is a student at Belvedere Teachers' College.

"We were customarily married for six years and we stayed at her parents' house where they madfe me sleep in the car. DFuring our stay at their house, she started having boyfriends and I caught her with a married man who used to be our landlord. I caught them having s*x in the man's car and he sped off after I tried to interrogate him.

"The man works here at the Civil Court under the ministry of Youth. Abigail has fabricated stories against me so that I can be arrested and she would continue seeing her boyfriends. The major problem is that she is being influenced by her friend who told her to separate with me and claim maintenance," said Mhlanga.

Kakono had told the court that Mhlanga was in the habit of assaulting her over rumours that she was promiscuous. She said she was afraid of going to college because Mhlanga threatened to harm her.

"He assaults me all time and he told me recently that he heard a rumour circulating that I am having an extra-marital affair with someone," said Kakora who did not deny being caught having sex with another man.

Magistrate Masinire ordered Mhlanga to stop abusing his wife in any way and to observe peace towards her at all times.

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