Chipinge Man Attacked by Brother’s Wife’s Lover at a Lodge
Lyton Dhliwayo a man from Chipinge fell victim to a brutal assault as he was attacked by his own brother’s wife’s lover at a local lodge. The incident unfolded after Lyton caught them red-handed at a nearby lodge, igniting a violent confrontation.
Brother’s Concern Leads to Violent Confrontation
Gift Dhliwayo, Lyton’s brother, broke down the door of the lodge room where his wife and Shepherd were locked in. Lyton rushed to the scene upon hearing about the commotion, intending to rescue his brother from further harm. However, instead of diffusing the situation, Lyton became the target of the violent gang.
Lyton’s Account and Gift’s Unusual Response
Lyton shared his harrowing experience, stating, “I was assaulted for trying to rescue my brother from Shepherd and his friends.” His brother Gift, however, did not report the incident to the police or take action against his wife.
Concerningly, Gift remained silent about the whole ordeal, leaving everyone, including Shepherd, perplexed. It was Gift who had caught Shepherd in the act with his wife.
The Lodge Encounter
Gift revealed his wife’s claim that Shepherd intended to rape her when he lured her to the lodge. Gift discovered his wife’s whereabouts through a tip-off and forcibly entered the room where she was with Shepherd.
A security guard at the lodge alerted Shepherd’s brothers, leading to a retaliatory attack on Gift. Lyton intervened to rescue his brother, but the gang turned their aggression towards him, allowing Gift to escape.
Wife’s Explanation and Decision to Stay
After a meeting with his wife and in-laws, Gift learned that Shepherd had enticed his wife to the lodge, claiming he had evidence of Gift’s infidelity. Gift’s wife initially resisted Shepherd’s advances but alleged that he later laughed and said he had not slept with her. Despite the circumstances, Gift chose to stay with his wife, leaving the judgment to God.
A concerning trend of couples resorting to violence amid disputes fueled by rumors of infidelity is on the rise, as highlighted by a recent case covered by Zimmorningpost.