A woman from Bulawayo reportedly came up with possibly the world’s most bizarre proof to disgrace her ex-husband who is a police officer when she reportedly filmed him while allegedly romping with his sister.
The seemingly disgraced cop Bester Tati stationed at Entumbane Police Station after being captured by his ex-wife Susan Machiri while in the alleged lewd act with his unnamed sister, reportedly sprayed some insect killer on her while forcing her to delete the sickening video before it went viral.
However, Tati has said the incest allegations are false and meant to tarnish his image. Nonetheless, according to reports Tati, in a bid to hoodwink his sister into the alleged incestuous act, reportedly sent her money to come to his place of residence under the pretext that she was coming for holiday.
Apparently after being horrified by her husband’s raunchy act with his sister, Machiri reportedly dumped him early last month.
The matter of the alleged shameful sex act which is reportedly being handled at Entumbane Police Station emerged at the Bulawayo Civil Court last Friday where Machiri was seeking a protection order against her ex-husband whom she said was abusing and threatening her with unspecified action.
She said after their break up she was living in fear. Machiri had no kind words for her ex-husband saying they separated because of his abusive and adulterous behaviour.
According to her application, she said she suspected she lost her baby during birth because of Tati’s violent behaviour as he was always assaulting her when she was pregnant.
“I was in a customary relationship with Bester for two years. We entered into an unregistered customary union sometime in July 2012 and separated on 5 August 2014. During the subsistence of our marriage, Bester used to beat me up even when I was pregnant. I suspect that caused me to lose my baby during birth. We also separated because of his infidelity.
“Tati also assaulted me and sprayed Baygon on me after I caught him in bed with his sister. The matter (alleged incest) is now in the hands of the police. After we separated Tati and some of his family members are calling and threatening me and as a result I am now living in fear. I do not want to communicate with him anymore,” she said.
In her affidavit and in a bid to apparently invite the court’s mercy she cited the following as Tati’s acts of violence:
“He is asking his sisters to call me, asking me to delete the video I took him while sleeping with his sister. He was also beating me when I was pregnant and was sending money to his sister asking her to come for holiday and sleep with her and up to date they are staying together.”
In response Tati denied the allegations saying Machiri was the one who was abusing him.
“We have been married for two years and we were staying in the police camp where her brother is also staying. Whenever she shouts at me her brother would hear her. If I was abusing her why did she not report me to the police?
“It is not true that I slept with my sister. These are just allegations and they are being investigated at Entumbane Police Station. She has been insulting me together with her relatives and friends,” said Tati.
Bulawayo Civil Court magistrate Marylene Mtshina granted the peace order ordering both parties not to verbally and physically abuse each other. In addition she referred both of them for counselling for eight weeks.