A South African woman claims that her jealous husband glued her vagina together in 2013 because he was convinced that she was having an affair with her uncle. She now says that she may never be able to have sex again.
NY Daily Mail reports that a 45-year-old man – whose name has not been released – was abusive towards his wife, 40, for many years, but he took things too far when he aimed a machete at her head and forced her to spread her legs. If she didn’t comply, he threated to chop her head off.
The woman’s name is not mention to “protect her dignity,” a source says.
Frightened for her life, the African woman first undressed, then laid on the bed, and obligingly spread her legs. Once she was in position, he accompanied her on the bed and began gluing her vagina together.
“I looked at him with horror and tears streaming down my face. I do not know what would make a man who loves a woman do that to her,” the woman stated. “My husband was an abusive man for many years.”
She continued as follows.
“His abuse spiraled out of control when my uncle dropped me off at our home. He then accused me of cheating on him with my uncle. It was shocking because he knew my uncle well and even greeted him nicely when he dropped me off.
Every time the month of March comes along I remember the cruelty that he showed me. He took out a panga and ordered me to take off my clothes. As I started doing that he told me that if I didn’t do it he would chop off my head with the panga.”
The abused woman told reporters about a previous incident when her husband “tried to cut my hand off so I was terrified.” She also said that she had escaped and was unharmed but this time, she couldn’t get away.
“I wanted to press charges but he fled and has not been seen since the incident. I am scared that he might come back anytime and remove my head.”
After applying adhesive glue to his wife’s vagina, he took off and hasn’t been seen since. The woman came forward with her story in hopes of capturing her husband so that he could face the consequences of his actions.
Although it has been two years, the African woman still has excruciating pains and fears that she may never have sex again.
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