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Cheating couple caught red handed at sewage works

by Staff reporter
15 May 2012 | 19278 Views
A long distance relationship is on the brink of collapse after a MARRIED WOMAN was caught red handed having sex with another man in the thick GRASS at Chitungwiza sewage works premises on Sunday evening.

The 30-year-old woman identified as Christina Chigombe of House No. 3564 Unit J in Seke, was caught right in the act with Brian Phiri (30), who is a widower. Brian stays at House No.6021 Old Tafara and his children stay in rural areas.

Christina's husband, Tapiwa Mapfunde, works at a farm in Mazowe and it seems this long distance was 'killing' Christina so much that she opted to get the 'conjugal rights' from the single and readily available Brian.

Acting on a tip-off, Hmetro in the company of the council's security caught the cheating couple still in their love nest and Christina had to hurriedly wear her panties while Brian attempted to flee in his shorts. Christina said she sired three children with her husband and when asked why she was cheating on him, she said the long distance had extinguished the 'fire' that used to exist in their marriage. This was despite the fact that she had also earlier on revealed that her husband comes back home every weekend!

"Well, he is in Mazowe and I no longer love him. I fell in love with Brian and we have been dating for the past month,' she said.

She also revealed that it was the SECOND TIME that they have had sex in the grass. "Well, it was impossible to do it (sex) at my lodgings because my landlord would tip my husband and I also respect my children because the eldest is 13 years old. So last time we did it at a forest in Manyambara," she said.

When we asked Brian why he didn't opt to take his 'married girlfriend' to his Tafara house, he replied: "Well, I had no money to transport both of us to Tafara and after all I couldn't wait any longer so we decided to find a bushy area; it happens my friend. It's just that I was so unlucky to get caught."

Meanwhile, Brian who claimed to be madly in love with Christina, said he had promised to give her US$20 for the UNPROTECTED SEX that they engaged in.
"He said if he uses a condom, he will give me US$5 and if we did it without a condom, he would give me US$20 and I opted for the second offer," said Christina who however insisted that she was not into commercial sex work.




"I am a vendor trading in SUGAR and I do not sell sex. I am in love with Brian and I want him to marry me," she added.

Christina also said she was expecting her husband yesterday but he said he will not be amused if the news of this incident was published. When we ;left the scene, the couple was in the hands of some municipal police officers who were contemplating taking them to Zengeza police station for their public indecency offence. 

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Source: H-Metro.

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