Pulse.ng logo

Height Of Wickedness Housemaid chops off mistress' baby's hand in anger

A Malawian housemaid has been arrested after she chopped off the hand of her boss' baby because her master got her pregnant and refused to accept it.

  • Published:
The wicked maid with the severed hand of the baby play

The wicked maid with the severed hand of the baby

(Face Of Malawi)

A wicked housemaid in Malawi has been arrested after she allegedly chopped off the right hand of her boss' new born baby after the man of the house got her pregnant and denied responsibility.

The unwholesome act, as reported by Face of Malawi, an online portal in that country, happened in Chiradzulu, a district in the Southern Region of Malawi.

According to report, the master of the house had been sleeping with the maid whose name was not given, and when she became pregnant and informed him, he blatantly denied responsibility and to take vengeance on him, she gruesomely cut off the hand of his new born baby.

The maid was arrested after the mother reported the incident to the police where she allegedly confessed and gave reasons for carrying out such a brutal revenge on the innocent child.

A few days ago, we brought you the story of a Kenyan maid who used her urine to prepare meals for her employer's family because they maltreated her.

Read: Revenge: Kenyan maid uses urine to prepare meals for bosses for maltreating her

In the month of August, 2015, it was reported how a man disguised as a woman and worked as a  for eight months, for a family with young female children.

Read: Lord Have Mercy: Man disguises as woman, works as housemaid for 8 months

In the same vein, a housemaid in Abuja had, in December, 2015, strangled her mistress' three-year-old baby to death because her madam refused to allow her travel to her hometown for the holidays.

Read: Devil on the loose: Another housemaid strangles 3-year-old girl to death in Abuja

See the gruesome photo here

Do you ever witness news or have a story that should be featured on Pulse Nigeria?
Submit your stories, pictures and videos to us now via WhatsApp: +2349055172167, Social Media @pulsenigeria247: #PulseEyewitness & DM or Email: eyewitness@pulse.ng. More information here.