A 40-year-old man has allegedly killed a 70-year-old man after accusing him of looking at his wife with 'wanting her' intentions/Courtesy photo of a past scene
An elderly man has been beaten to death for allegedly lustfully gazing at a married woman.
According to TV47, the husband of the said married woman is said to have beaten the elderly man to death.
The 40-year-old man beat up a 70-year-old man for leering at his wife, killing him on the spot.
The TV station has reported that the horrific incident happened in Busia County. Police officers from the region have since arrested the suspect and locked him up as investigations continue.
The suspect is expected to be arraigned and charged with murder
"BUSIA MAN, 40, arrested for allegedly beating to death a 70-year-old man for leering at his wife," the source said.
This is one of the cruel murders happening in parts of the country involving love and marriages. So man murder cases have been reported, with some involving police officers killing each other over love matters.
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