Married Lady Cought in 'The Act' With A Man When The Husband Was Away (VIDEO)
By Trendingnewster | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 37422 views
A married lady was Caught red-handed in the act with a man who is believed to be a bank manager, the two were busy eating the forbidden fruits before the owner of the house unexpectedly stormed home. On realizing the danger that awaits, the two decided to hide but unfortunately the lady's husband had already seen what transpired.
From the way the man looked when he was being frog matched by the security personell, the two seemed to have engaged in a physical fight that left the other man ( bank manager ) bleeding.
The man then called out for the police after locking the two in the house, when the policemen came they opened the house, took the man in a land cruiser as the lady followed, the lady's husband came with his personal car as they headed to the police station to write a statement. For a full video click on the link https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=491726708485311&id=100029439592993
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