A police inspector in Arusha region, 'Arumeru' district in Tanzania named Stewart 'Kaino' aged 47 is reported to have died when he tried to jump over the wall of guest houses trying to escape from a woman he had already had sex with.
According to information from the management, he entered in the guest house around six o'clock at midnight accompanied by a woman whose name was not identified.
After having fun with him for several hours, 'Kaino' made an attempt to escape the detour by jumping over the guest house wall but fell and was stabbed in the head to death by what was said to be a sharp object.
"At six o'clock, he entered with a woman and registered in the guest book and was given a room and then entered with the woman, holding a small back and a communication radio that he had in her hand. Around nine o'clock at night, he left the room and left the woman sleeping. He went to the back of the house and jumped the gate to escape the woman when he fell and was stabbed in the head with a sharp object," a witness who did not want his name to be published told 'TanzaniaWeb.'
Reports claim that after the security guard heard the noise, he arrived quickly and found the officer on the ground while bleeding rapidly and holding his bag in his hand.
When the police were called to the scene, they found that their fellow officer had already died and when they searched his bag, they found a communication radio, a bottle of beer and two phones, one of which was suspected to belong to the woman who was trying to escape.
The police removed the body of the deceased from the scene and reports said that it had already been transported to 'Bukoba' for burial according to religious traditions, while an investigation was launched to determine the entire picture of the incident.
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