Man accidentally sleeps with mother-in-law
04 December 2015, 17:42
Kampala - A man who had gone to attend a last funeral rights ceremony at his wife's home cursed the day he was born after he found out that he accidentally had sex with his mother-in-law.
Paul Ngorobe of Nabukalu village in eastern Uganda district of Bugiri at the village of Buwaga.
Funeral rights, in the tradition of people of Buwaga, start at night and continue into the next day and drinking local gin is part of the ceremony.
The daughters in the home, including those who are married, spend much of the time preparing for the following day's function and so do not stay with their husbands who are served food and beer in groups.
After taking some local brew and getting tipsy, Ngorobe saw a young woman and befriended her. They agreed to meet in a nearby banana plantation under a tree to have fun.
''Ngorobe went there and waited for the woman, little did he know that his mother-in-law, a widow who also takes alcohol, had also made plans to meet his long-time village lover at the same spot,'' said village chief, Amon Mbwali.
Mbwali added that as Ngorobe eagerly waited for his new lover, the mother-in-law also arrived to meet her lover.
Since it was threatening to rain, it was very dark and therefore difficult for him to identify who was coming to him.
Immediately Ngorobe saw the woman approaching, he simply grabbed her and they started making out.
It was the lover of the mother-in-law who found them in the action and started beating Ngorobe with his walking stick.
He hit him so hard that he sounded an a alarm that attracted a crowd.
He immediately left the place and until now his whereabouts are not yet known.
His wife has vowed not to return to his home.
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