Wife bites hubby's manhood

HARARE - A woman accused of biting a portion of her husband’s manhood in a farm ownership row, appeared at the Harare Civil Court yesterday.

Stella Mushayakurima, stood quietly in the dock as her husband Briston alleged she bit his manhood during an altercation.

The husband was seeking a protection order against her.

He told magistrate Gamuchirai Siwardi that what precipitated the row was his wife’s move to replace his name on the farm ownership papers.

“I have no peace in my own house and at my workplace because of this woman,” he said.

“We had an argument about the ownership of our farm and she bit my manhood and I sustained injuries. I reported the matter to the police and they asked for evidence and I showed them the injuries and the torn trousers I was wearing on the day of the incident. The police were shocked.”

It was not clear why police did not charge her with assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. But he told the court that he had moved from his home.

“I am now living in a garage at my workplace where I have sought refuge because of this woman,” the distraught husband said.

Stella refuted her husband’s allegations and told the court that her husband had neglected his duties as a father and had moved in with another woman.

“I went to his workplace because he was not fending for his children and he is now staying with another woman whom he told me is his beloved wife,” argued the wife, before producing a photo of the alleged new wife.

“This man assaults me to an extent of stripping me naked in front of the children. The reason why I went to his workplace was to ask for money to support his family.”

Magistrate Siwardi dismissed the application for a protection order.

“Applicant has failed to prove that he was abused but instead the respondent is the one who proved that she was abused,” Siwardi said.

Comments (10)

Your headline seems to be contrasting or even disputing the learned magistrate's findings and subsequent judgement passed.The applicant "failed" to prove that he was abused and it was the wife, who "proved" that it was she, who was abused instead.

tafamutekwe - 16 April 2014

ur story lacks coherence, get ur facts correct, dats e problem of relying with state outlines instead of attending the session.

Truth - 16 April 2014

This John (Ivan) Zhakata reporter is a damn devilish liar. If you believe him, you are fooling yourselves. Never believe his stories. He cooks up stories from beer-halls. Poor journalism with this devil boy!!!

Reporter Liar - 16 April 2014

maone zhakata ukaona zvadaro rova pasi unoremadzwa

taflow - 16 April 2014

So where has the reporter told a lie? Is it not true that woman bt hubby's manhood? And for your information, the reporter does not create the headline. He only writes a story.

stix - 16 April 2014

So where has the reporter told a lie? And for your information, the reporter does not create the headline. He only writes a story.

stix - 16 April 2014

Men will never win these cases even they are the once wronged.I don't know why these judges are so biased.These women are cheaters not all of them anyway but some are dangerous.The judge should also look at the claims of farm ownership to see if it is a lie.


some men,women are liars,some men,women are dangerous.some men are killers and some women are killers.some men are womenizers,and some women are menizers what rver you call but you understand what am trying to say.

mariyeti mpala - 17 April 2014

I thot the guy put it in a wrong hole, but alas... ma1

kitsi - 17 April 2014

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