Police rescue elderly man caught in the act with neighbors’ wife
03 September 2015, 15:43
Nairobi - A 70-year-old man has escaped death by a whisker after he was caught red handed in a hotel room with his neoghbour’s wife in Kerugoya town.
The man, only identified as Kabuga was beaten senselessly by the woman’s husband and members of the public.
The enraged husband said he got a tip from one of his friend's, upon which he rushed to the place only to find his 35-year-old wife locked inside the guest house on the outskirts of Kerugoya town.
Drama unfolded when the husband, accompanied by a group of his friends, raided the lodging and broke into the room the two had booked.
They were forced to lie on top of each other before the group pounced on them as members of public who had come to witness the free drama cheered.
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The elderly man later claimed that he had paid KES 5 000 to the woman for sex.
He said they have been meeting regularly as the woman claimed that her husband had neglected his matrimonial obligation.
Kabuga surprised onlookers when he said that they loved each other despite their age difference.
The woman in her defense told her husband off, claiming that the old man was better in bed and has been providing food for her children.
She said she loved the old man too much and that he would not leave him.
The husband however differed with his wife saying he gave her parents KES 49 000 for dowry just a few days ago.
Police led by Kerugoya OCS, Saidi Sudi, had to fire in the air to disperse the crowd and rescue the two.
The officers had to use force to whisk them away as the rowdy residents wanted to lynch them.
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