A waitress bit her lover rival in a scuffle over a man inside a drinking joint.
The woman has been arraigned and charged with assault at the Kibera law courts.
The accused was going to a vegetable kiosk when she came across her spouse standing beside the road while holding hands with Ms Nekesa.
She demanded to know why they were holding hands and what they were doing beside the road.
Her spouse asked her who had tipped her off that they were holding hands there and she said no one.
It was during this time that a scuffle ensued and in the process Ms Wafula allegedly held Ms Khatundu and bit her on the left hand before she escaped shouting that she has been in love with Khatundu’s spouse for many years and there is nothing she will do about it.
In court, Nekesa confessed to the allegations before senior principal magistrate Derrick Kutto and said that she defended herself after Ms Khatundu was ready for a fight and roughed her by the collar.
She was freed on a cash bail of Sh30, 000 and a similar bond of Sh50, 000.
The case was scheduled for mentioned on May 24.
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