Police in Kericho County are investigating an incident where a man poured hot tea on his wife's privates and legs for sneaking into his phone's messages.
While addressing the media from her parents' home on Sunday, August 29, Sharon Chepkorir, 25, said the man reportedly came in to the house and got her with a pen and paper recording the messages and phone numbers of suspected ladies that her husband has been seeing behind her knowledge.
"He saw me taking note of the contacts then. At that point he asked me what I was doing with his telephone but I stayed silent. It is then that he took tea that was on the fire boiling and poured it on me," Sharon said.
In a video that was in circulation online, part of Sharon's left leg had severe wounds caused by the incident and she could be seen standing with difficulty.
"I got serious burns on my privates and other parts of my legs. I can't properly stand up or make any moves," she said sheding tears.
The man is in police custody as the police are investigating the matter to identify the actual cause of the morning incident.
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