Midnight Drama: Drunk Bulawayo Man Forces Entry, Demands Affair with Married Woman at Sister-in-Law’s House
In a shocking turn of events, a drunk Bulawayo man from the Iminyela suburb, created a scene when he allegedly smashed a window pane and forcibly entered a house, demanding to bed a married woman.
Intrusion and Demand for Intimacy
Lloyd Sibanda (26) reportedly arrived at his sister-in-law’s residence around 11 pm, where he proceeded to shatter a window pane and gain access to the room where Busani Dube and his wife, Sithandweyinkosi Zulu, were peacefully sleeping.
Unzipping his trousers, Sibanda brazenly demanded to bed with Zulu.
Physical Altercation and Intervention
Dube attempted to restrain Sibanda, but the intoxicated intruder overpowered him, issuing threats of violence, reported bmetro.
In a desperate bid for assistance, Dube swiftly exited the room and called upon neighbors to aid in restraining Sibanda, who was parading his genitals while menacingly declaring his intent to sleep with Zulu.
Mother’s Intervention and Arrest
Sibanda’s mother, alerted by the commotion caused by her son, hastened to the scene. Finding him in such a state, she urgently instructed him to zip up and depart for their own residence. However, Sibanda defiantly refused to comply, prompting neighbors to apprehend and escort him to a nearby police station, resulting in his subsequent arrest.
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Legal Proceedings and Charges
Appearing before Bulawayo magistrate Gamuchirai Gore, Sibanda faced two charges: indecent assault and malicious damage to property.
Pleading not guilty to both counts, Sibanda was granted release from custody and remanded until August 16 for the commencement of his trial.
This disturbing incident serves as a reminder of the importance of personal safety and the necessity of swift legal action to protect individuals from such intrusive and threatening behavior.