A man reportedly walked in on his wife having sex with their co-tenant right inside the bathroom.
The incident reportedly happened in Rujeko suburb of Zimbabwe, on a fateful Tuesday.
According to reports, the woman identified only as Mai Shield was watching the television with her husband, Mr Tafi when the man identified as Chingwa sent her a message.
It was learnt that the woman excused herself and went to to meet her lover who she has been having an affair with.
Mr Tafi was said to have gone to check up on his wife when she failed to return from the bathroom after some time.
He knocked several times on the door but the wife failed to open the door and assured him to go back that she would join him soon having finished bathing.
However, Mr Tafi broke the bathroom door out of anger and was shocked to the marrows when he found Chingwa and his wife both naked inside his bathroom.
It is unclear what became of the couple after the shocking discovery but a scuffle ensued between Chingwa and Mr Tafi although Chingwa eventually managed to break free from the enraged man’s grip and escaped.
A resident sad: “You know Chingwa is a friend to this man but for reasons better known to him he has been seeing his wife since time immemorial and as that is not enough he is a tenant at one of the man’s houses in Rujeko A. The man has two houses.”
He said the woman is known to be of loose morals and last year she was again caught making love by his daughter who is now married.
“The woman has a knack of sleeping with her tenants, last year she was caught making love to a man who works at one of the local funeral assurance companies in Masvingo. We thought she has stopped but it shows she will never,” the source added.
After being caught being red-handed the woman escaped to her daughter’s house in Rujeko B. The man went to report the case to Rujeko police base where he left the officers in stitches when he brought a plate full of Sadza as exhibit.
“Mr Tafi allegedly went to report the case at the police where he showed the officers on duty, a plate full of Sadza, that he believed could have been left for Chingwa, by his wife,” the resident said.
Masvingo provincial police spokesperson, Inspector Peter Zhanero could neither confirm nor deny the incident and promised to check with Rujeko police base.
“That incident is not to my knowledge and chances are that it could have been handled by our officers at Rujeko base. They could have counselled the couple and decided not to record it but I will check,” said Insp Zhanero
However, a police source at the base confirmed receiving the case but professed ignorance on whether a docket was opened or not.