Irate Wife Teams Up With Sister To Assault Hubby’s Small House


A jealous wife from Muriel Mine in Mashonaland West teamed up with her younger sister to assault her husband’s adulterous lover, colloquially known as a small house.

30-year-old Priscilla Femera received information from undisclosed sources that her husband was having an illicit affair with Precious Munyaradzi, 39.

This did not go down well with Femera who enlisted the help of her younger sister Anna Phiri to assault the alleged ‘homewrecker.’

The two sisters then agreed to go teach Munyaradzi a lesson at her place of residence. The two went to Munyaradzi’s home and Femera called her outside.

When Munyaradzi came out, Femera immediately attacked her and did not give her a chance to say or explain anything. The angry wife dragged Munyaradzi to the flower bed and furiously assaulted her. Phiri also joined in the fray as the two sisters assaulted their alleged love rival.

One of Munyaradzi’s neighbours, Godfrey Chapanda heard her screams of anguish and rushed to her aide, where he managed to restrain the two sisters.

Following the assault, Munyaradzi filed a police report. She also alleged that she had lost her iTel A16 mobile phone and US$65.

The two sisters appeared before Chinhoyi provincial magistrate Tapiwa Banda facing assault charges. They were found guilty and sentenced to 30 days in prison.

However, magistrate Banda spared them from going to prison after he gave them the option of paying a fine of $10,000 each.

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