Drama As Man Goes Berserk, Assaults Friend For Dancing In “A Sexually Suggestive Way Before His Wife”
There was drama after a man was allegedly assaulted at a party by his close friend, who accused him of dancing in a sexually suggestive way before his wife.
According to a witness who attended the party, Sam Sabelo Sibanda became unhappy after seeing his wife, Tatenda Kasaira, marvelling at his friend Dumiso Mpabanga’s exquisite dance moves.
The witness said Sam approached his wife and accused her of admiring Dumiso’s sexually suggestive dance moves.
After that, he turned to Dumiso and angrily accused him of dancing while looking at his wife. He allegedly manhandled him before he unleashed a heavy blow on him.
Following that, the source said, Sam rained blows on Dumiso, who tumbled to the ground and bled from the mouth.
Dumiso was rushed to Mpilo Central Hospital for treatment. A report was made at Tshabalala Police Station.
B-Metro reports that Bulawayo deputy police spokesperson Assistant Inspector Nomalanga Msebele confirmed the incident. She appealed for information that may lead to the arrest of Sam.
In other news, iHarare had reported that in a dramatic turn of events, a woman from Kadoma found herself in hot soup after she invaded her lover’s place of residence.
Mineworkers from Golden Valley Mine were on Saturday treated to free drama after, Fungai Jani, 21, invaded Engineer Kingston Deshe’s (51), place of residence where she was attacked and stripped naked by Deshe’s wife, Mary Katsande, together with the daughter Debra.
Jani decided to invade Deshe’s place of residence arguing that the latter had stopped communicating with her and was not answering her calls. The whole drama allegedly unfolded in Deshe’s absence.
Videos and photographs of the dramatic incident were captured and are apparently circulating in and around Golden Valley Mine.
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