A woman who thought she sent a complementary messages to his young lover after a hot sex romp, has realized that she accidentally sent it to her husband, as hell has been let loose
A Masvingo woman accidentally sent romantic WhatsApp messages meant for her boyfriend to her husband complementing him for a “hot” sex session.
Namatirai Svondo from Mucheke suburb scored an own goal as her husband Amos Mangwiro got explicit details of how she enjoyed her boyfriend Gilbert’s sexual gymnastics the previous day.
In the texts, she also suggested that they should do it more often because her husband was not “hot” in bed.
The messages had a bonus attached to them in the form of nude pictures.
“Morning lovie (sic) hope you enjoyed yesterday. For me it was a well deserved night after the sex act. I really enjoyed, thank you very much dear and I only wish we could do that more often,” she texted.
After realising her mistake Svondo reportedly deserted her matrimonial home, leading her husband to approach the Masvingo Civil Court to dissolve their customary marriage.
In his court papers which are set to be heard at the customary court, Mangwiro prayed for the dissolution of their union because it has irretrievably broken down after he discovered that his wife of 10 years has been cheating on him.
“The marriage relationship between the parties has irretrievably broken down to such an extent that marriage cannot be restored to a normal one on account of the following factors; defendant deserted the family after the plaintiff discovered that she had been cheating on him.
“This was after respondent accidentally sent romantic WhatsApp messages and her nude pictures, which were meant for her boyfriend only identified as Gilbert, to the plaintiff and as a result plaintiff has lost all the love and affection he once had for the defendant,” reads part of the summons.
The plaintiff also stated that it would be in his interest that after the dissolution of their union, custody of their two children be awarded to him adding that it would be also fair for the matrimonial property to be shared equally between them.