By Tatenda Mabasa | Nehanda Mutare Bureau |
MUTARE –A police Assistant Inspector based at ZRP Mutare Rural was recently caught pants down bonking a married woman in her matrimonial bedroom in Zimunya Township, about 20km on the outskirts of Mutare along the Masvingo Road.
The cop, only identified as Shangwa, has since gone into hiding.
Nehanda Radio can exclusively reveal that Shangwa was caught ‘doing’ Itai Mugure’s wife, Lorraine. The husband Mugure said he apprehended the love birds in the “thick of things” in his bedroom following which he gave his promiscuous wife a thorough hiding.
Mugure has been suspecting Lorraine of being adulterous, a notion that now holds currency amid confessions from Lorraine that Shangwa has been bedding her for almost a year.
The abominable shenanigans of the pair ceased being secretive on a fateful June 25 evening when Mugure, who already knew of phone calls and text messages from the bed-hopping cop – pretended to have gone for a beer drinking binge at a nearby club – yet he was giving his wife room to coax the cop into his wife as was often the case during his absence.
“It is during his absence that the cop would sneak into his bedroom to sleep with his wife. The lovebirds had a mole spying on Mugure’s movements and alert Lorraine.
“On the fateful day Mugure beat his ‘marker’ after receiving a tip-off and swapped jackets with a friend to dupe the mole. He rushed home and peeped through the bedroom window and saw his wife trading her thighs,” said a source to Nehanda Radio.
Efforts by Nehanda Radio to track down Shangwa were fruitless as he could not be located both at work and home, but Nehanda Radio understands that Mugure, whose temper had boiled, banged the bedroom door open and pounced on Lorraine as Shangwa took to his heels.
Shangwa has since assigned some friends to engage Mugure so that the matter could be solved amicably. Mugure confirmed that he assaulted his wife over infidelity allegations, but denied that he saw them in action.
“My brother, you are intruding our privacy by being too inquisitive. It was one of those issues, ndezvemunba medu,” he said.
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