Drama was witnessed today evening in Kiawara, Kieni constituency, Nyeri county in the former Central province after a woman identified as Wanjiku busted her husband, Munyua in a pub enjoying beer with another girl who is believed to be her side chick in broad daylight.
This came after Wanjiku received a call on phone from a buddy and a neighbour informing her that her hubby have been spotted at Kiawara town in a company of a brown beautiful lady heading to a guest room.
She rushed to the scene but only to find that the two lovebirds were already through with their business and were holding hand dancing in a bar quenching their thirst.
Despite not catching the two lovebirds in bed however, the outspoken Njeri had to conferm that her 'goods' were safe. She did the following publicly:
1. Smelling his 'thing' to detect any female hormones.
Lessons to learn.
We should always remain faithful to our marriage partners.
NB:This is the original story that have not been published.
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