Husband Caught Wife with his Best friend in the same Hotel he took his Girlfriend

There was serious drama in the Olodi Apapa area of Lagos on Thursday night as a man who took another lady to a hotel to enjoy himself, came out from the hotel room only to see his own wife coming out from another room in the same hotel with his best friend.

When he spotted them, the visibly angry husband, identified as Kayode, was said to have shouted:

“My own wife in a hotel with another man!”

At the first instance when Kayode saw his wife, Mrs. Funmilayo, he never envisaged that the man with her was his best friend, Mr Mufutau, but after a closer look, he noticed that the man was Mufutau and he slapped him twice before Mufutau retaliated. And serious fight broke out.

Funny enough, as both men were fighting themselves in public, Kayode’s wife, Funmilayo, pounced on her husband’s girlfriend and tore the lady’s clothes for having the effrontry to date her husband…

The funny fight came to an end when the Bar Man, Receptionist, and others customers intervened and they blamed both the married man and his wife for not being sincere and trustworthy to themselves.

According to Leadership, the Bar Man told Kayode that he was guilty of the same offence for bringing a lady, which they later discovered was also a married woman, to the hotel. The barman said that what occurred was a nemesis or law of distributional justice.
But before the fight ended, the women were said to have torn their clothes to shreds and left in shame.

Source: Agbo’s Blog
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FROM Da SOURCE by lnvisiblε NεtωorK™

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