Bulawayo man sodomises wife's boyfriend
A man has been arrested for sodomising his wife's lover at knife point in Bulawayo. Methuseli Ndebele from Luveve suburb sexually violated the man as punishment for bedding his wife. He has appeared in court and remanded in custody until June 16.
The alleged incident took place early in May but came out recently when Ndebele was dragged to the dock facing one count of aggravated indecent assault. Ndebele who is employed as a driver at a local freight company got wind that his wife was cheating while he was away.
Attempts to catch her in the act failed until he went away to South Africa for a week-long trip. But he returned early and found his wife away from home. Ndebele tried to phone her but her mobile had been switched off. The woman returned late at night and was reportedly dropped by a vehicle at the gate. To her shock, she found Ndebele back and she apologised for being late as she had gone to visit a sick relative.
A red mist descended on Ndebele who thrashed his wife until she spilled the beans. Two days later a raging Ndebele visited the boyfriend at his house and forcibly gained entry. He not only beat him but told him he was going to teach him a lesson that he would never forget.
He then wielded a knife and instructed him to remove his trousers and pants and bend over. He then sodomised him, taunting him throughout the ordeal. He threatened to slit his throat if he resisted. The boyfriend told his lover and a report was made to the police, leading to the arrest of Ndebele.http://zimbabwenewsonline.com/top_news/2108.html
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -
A man accused of stabbing his two dogs with a barbecue fork, killing one of them and forcing authorities to put down the other, now faces animal cruelty charges.
The East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office arrested Donnie Davis, 23, on two counts of aggravated animal cruelty.
Court records show Davis admitted he stabbed the dogs because he said he could no longer take care of them.
Davis told deputies he called Animal Control to pick up the dogs, but Animal Control said it received no such call.
Bond was set at $20,000.http://www.wafb.com/story/18959231/police-man-kill...