While we are mostly used to the “happily ever after” vibe that comes at the end of popular romantic movies and novels, it is not always the case in real life. Yes, many people’s love story in real life sometimes ends in the four walls of a courtroom. Such might be the perfect projection of a South Africa couple whose story went viral recently on social media after the husband allegedly smashed his estranged wife’s car and ran away.
An allegedly abusive husband in South Africa smashed his estranged wife’s Mazda car and ran away because she dumped him
This “sour” love story was made public by a Twitter user with the handle @RubeeRIzer who claims that she is a friend to the woman being abused. She narrated on her page that she was riding with the abusive man’s estranged wife when he suddenly smashed her Mazda sedan car and drove off immediately. She also alleged that her troubled friend had initially gotten a restraining order from a court against this same abusive man before this recent incident. Unfortunately, they found out after the incident that the police never served the man his own copy of the restraining order papers.
Twitter user @RubeeRizer shared more info about the abusive husband that recently smashed his estranged wife’s car in S.A
@RubeeRizer later revealed the name of the so-called “abusive” husband to be one Mpho Modikoe who works as a shift supervisor at Ingwenya Mineral Processing (PTY) Ltd in eMalahleni, South Africa. She also alleged that the abusive man took a “fake” sick leave from work just to stalk his estranged wife over a long 450km drive before the incident happened. She even described the incident as more like a “hit and run” because the man literally smashed the estranged wife’s car and drove off immediately without checking if she was hurt or not.
This incident narrated above seems to prove that anyone in a relationship should be more careful of an abusive partner. Below, we have added a helpful video that highlights 6 signs of an emotionally abusive relationship.
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