…“Desire violently grabbed Tendayi and slapped him thunderously before kicking him several times all over the body.” ….
A man from Paddonhurst in Bulawayo will live to rue the day he was busted getting cozy with his co-tenant’s wife on his fellow lodger’s matrimonial bed.
This was after the enraged co-tenant allegedly battered him before shoving a huge vibrator deep into his behind and turning it on.
As he was writhing in pain, his assailant spiked his manhood with a thorn.
As a result of the alleged torture, Tendayi Gowero soiled himself.
It is reported that Desire Moyo (28) unexpectedly returned home from Beitbridge at around 8:30PM and found Gowero sitting with his wife Patience Siko Ncube on his matrimonial bed.
A source close to the incident said: “Desire violently grabbed Tendayi and slapped him thunderously before kicking him several times all over the body.”
In a towering rage, he yanked off Tendayi’s pair of trousers and underwear and slammed a vibrator into his behind.
His two other co-tenants tried to restrain Desire but he threatened to stab them with a knife.
He even chased after one of the co-tenants but he could not catch him.
To add salt to injury, the source said Desire returned to his bedroom and found his still naked victim groaning in agony and he pierced his manhood with a thorn.
“He buried a thorn into his manhood and told Tendayi, who was screaming his lungs out and was just gasping like a dying fish, it was punishment for sitting with his wife on his matrimonial bed,” said the source.
“The pain became too much but by then, he was just moaning as the vibrator still buzzed away in his butt. Tendayi soiled himself. He bled and suffered a swollen face and buttocks.”
As Desire continued torturing Tendayi, one of the tenants rushed to Kumalo Police Station and reported the incident.
The source said cops attended the scene and found two used condoms and a pink vibrator in the house.
Desire is in police custody.
Bulawayo police spokesperson Inspector Abednico Ncube confirmed the incident and discouraged members of the public from resorting to violence when they have disputes.
“We would like to discourage members of the public from resorting to violence. They should engage police, relatives or pastors to solve the dispute amicably,” he said.
When contacted for comment Patience said she was not at liberty to speak to the Press.
“I’m in a bad state at the moment and I can’t give you a comment,” she said tersely. —B Metro