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Man eats girlfriendÔÇÖs breast

Mon, 4 March 2013 05:13
by Chris-Paul
Metro

daniel Kandimba (34) is in trouble after biting his girlfriend, Jennifer Andreas’ breast during a fight last week.
According to Andreas, the couple got into an argument over an issue that had happened a few days ago when she found her boyfriend entertaining a female friend at Willy’s Bar in Single Quarters where he also resides.
“What happened yesterday is that he came home drunk and started going on about how I embarrassed him at Willy’s Bar when I almost caused a scene when I found him with another woman,” said Andreas.
The couple, who have been cohabiting for the last two years and have a three-year old son, got into a heated argument when Kandimba called her a whore.
“He called me a whore when he was the one whoring at the bar with women. I insulted him back and that’s when he slapped me on the face,” she said.
While fighting, Andreas said, she managed to wrestle her boyfriend to the ground and started to thump him with massive punches.
“He was weak because he was drunk and when I got him under I started hitting him on the face until he started to scream,” said Andreas.
In defence, Andreas said, her boyfriend’s teeth hooked onto her pendulous right breast and bit on her tightly.  
“I felt the sharp pain and when he let go of my breast there was blood and I started crying,” she said.
Kandimba confirmed the fight but insisted he slapped her after she had insulted his parents.
“I’m an African man and you don’t insult an African man’s parents unless you are ready for the consequences. That is the reason why I beat her up. I was not drunk because if I was I would not have been able to fight,” Kandimba said.
Asked if it was true that he bit his girlfriend’s breast, Kandimba recoiled and became defensive.  
“Oh, now you want me to tell the newspaper that I bit my girlfriend during a fight? What happened was between my girlfriend and me, not for the newspapers,” he said and hung up the phone.