Kenyan husband ‘attempted to seal up his wife’s sexual organs with super glue because he believed she was having four affairs’
- Named locally as Dennis Mumo, 36, he claims he discovered his wife’s infidelity
- He allegedly tried to seal her genitalia with glue before heading to Rwanda
- Mumo was arrested and told police he applied the glue to salvage his marriage
- Mumo’s lawyer is asking that his wife receive 100 lashes for her alleged adultery
A Kenyan husband allegedly attempted to seal up his wife’s sexual organs with super glue because he believed she was having four affairs.
Named locally as Dennis Mumo, 36, the husband reportedly told officials he discovered messages his wife had been sending to men on social media, including nude photos.
Whenever Mumo left his hometown of Kitui on business, he claims his wife was arranging to meet with other men, the Zambian Observer reported.
Before his last business trip to Rwanda, Mumo is accused of applying superglue to the unnamed woman’s genitalia leaving her in excruciating pain and requiring medical attention.
Before his last business trip to Rwanda, Mumo is accused of applying superglue to his wife’s genitalia leaving her in excruciating pain and requiring medical attention (stock image)
News of the incident shocked residents and Mumo was arrested by the police. He confessed to the incident and told officers that he did it to save his marriage.
Mumo claimed to have evidence that his wife was having affairs with at least four other men after scouring her sent and received messages, according to reports.
He said he even saw a nude photo of his wife that was sent to one man with the message: ‘Next week there will be fire.’
Mumo is facing charges of domestic violence with assault and damaging her reproductive organs and risking to make her infertile.
Meanwhile Mumo’s lawyer is asking that the court order 100 lashes of the wife for her alleged adultery and to prevent further ‘misunderstandings’ between the couple.
Mumo is expected to appear in a Kutui courthouse on Monday.
Mumo is expected to appear in Kutui court on Monday (pictured: the Kitui Law Courts)
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