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Outraged woman cuts up wardrobe


by Linekela Halwoodi
Courts

 

An outraged woman destroyed her boyfriend’s belongs including clothes, shoes and appliances following their heated argument at his Okuryangava home, last week.
Nonos Shindi, 22, made her first appearance in the Katutura Magistrate Court last week after she was arrested for causing up to N$17 000 worth of damage in her boyfriend (Daniel Israel)’s house.
When questioned in court, she admitted that on 20 of last month, she cut the cords to the fridge, stove, microwave and cut up to five pairs of shoes.
She also continued to cut Israel’s clothes and the sofas with a knife. So Israel opened a case against her after discovering the amount of damage she had caused him.
When she appeared in court last week, she pleaded guilty to all her charges and returned to Wanaheda police cells where she is currently being held. She is expected to be back to court on 22 June this year.