Housewife Who Cheated On Husband Killed By Boyfriend
A serial cheater who cheated on her husband with several men has been murdered by one of her boyfriends because she also cheated on him.
According to the South African Daily Sun, the unfortunate woman, Ntsae Mokomane, cheated severally on her husband but one extra man wasn’t enough for her, so she decided to cheat on her lover as well who could not take the fact that his girlfriend was cheating on him.
Now she is dead and her lover is behind bars.
The boyfriend who suspected that the 48-year-old woman was sleeping around, allegedly followed Ntsae when she left a tavern on Sunday night. The mother of 3 was kidnapped, raped and killed, and her body was found in a scrap taxi the next morning. It happened in Tswelopele in Ivory Park, Ekurhuleni.
A resident, Refilwe Koena, reported to the police that Ntsae came running to her for help that night.
She said her boyfriend was assaulting her. I tried to open the door for her, but her boyfriend was already there and he threatened to kill me as well. The man dragged Ntsae to a scrap taxi and continued to beat her.
Angry residents found the suspect at his house, beat him to a pulp and torched his home before he was saved by cops and taken to Tembisa Hospital.
The woman’s husband, Simon, 61, said his wife left their home on Sunday morning, but he didn’t know where she was going.
I was sleeping because I was working night shift. When I left for work, Ntsae was still not home. On Monday morning, two women came knocking on my door to tell me my wife’s body had been found.
I was shocked. She had a gash on her head and it looked like someone used something sharp to stab her. I was heartbroken, but there was nothing I could do.
The suspect allegedly confessed when the community brought him to Simon.
He said he killed her because she cheated on him. The cops were there and they heard him say it.
Warrant Officer Nelda Sekgobela said the suspect is facing murder and rape charges.
He was convicted of rape in 1989.
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