Man Cuts Off Girlfriend’s Head During A Fight

Man Cuts Girlfriend’s Head During A Fight. The tenants in the next room overheard the couple arguing at approximately 10pm on Thursday.

Neighbours of a lady that was slain in a Kempton Park complex told the police that the couple were constantly in dispute. People living in the residence told Sowetan that a debate amidst the boyfriend and girlfriend started the huge dispute. The male, aged 31-years-old, was apprehended at a store that he owned with the slain woman. The man severed his girlfriend’s head.

The tenants in the next room overheard the couple arguing at approximately 10pm on Thursday. The woman told the guy to get out of her life. The woman then started insulting the man. The woman said: “You are nothing. You don’t have a bed, the bed you sleep on is mine. Everything in this room is mine. Even the shop is mine.”

The tenants in the next room say that the lady went out of the room and when she returned, their debate began again. The lady told the man to open the door for her. The woman the asked the man: “Why do you hold a knife every time we fight?” The lady was then head shouting, after a while she was not heard at all.

The next morning the other next door tenants noticed that she didn’t come out after the man went to the store. The residents asked the person taking care of the complex to open the apartment. When they went to the bedroom it was still messy. The next door tenant says that when the person taking care of the complex dragged one of the blankets “he got a fright of his life.”

Captain Jethro Mtshali, Kempton Park police spokesperson, said the man showed them where he put the head. He went to the Kemton Park Magistrates Court on Monday. He was laid with murder. No plea deal was given to him. The relatives of the woman have not been told yet.

by Alexandra Ramaite

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