PHOTOS: Scorned Woman Baths Her Husband With Hot Water After "Car Wash" Scuffle

at 1-06-2015 06:18AM (4 years ago)

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An angry housewife has bathed her husband, a policeman, with hot water after he beat her at ‘Car Wash’ area of Egbeda-Idimu in Lagos State. Neighbours said that the policeman, Charles Ehianaguan, 40, was always beating his wife, Esther. One of them said: “The man is always maltreating his wife.

He would beat her over the slightest provocation. The woman had been enduring the beating for too long. I guess she was tired of it and decided to hit back.” Last Sunday, Esther seemed to have had enough of the beating. Ehianaguan, attached to Area F Police Command, Logistics and Supply Unit, Ikeja, Lagos, as usual on that fateful day, had pounced on Esther and given her the beating of her life. After pummeling her that morning, he went out of the house. After he left home, his wife boiled water and waited for him to return. Although it was getting late, the fuming woman repeatedly kept the water hot. As he was returning around 8pm, she heard his footsteps and went to the doorway.

As soon as she sighted him, she poured the hot water on him. Ehianaguan’s cries of pain almost brought their building at Unity Estate, Zone 2, down. It was alleged that Esther, a foodstuff seller in the neighborhood, was often left by Ehianaguan to shoulder the financial burden in the home and carter for their children.

This apparently was what used to lead to most of their quarrels.A resident, who did not want her name in print, said she was outside her shop when she noticed the policeman, rushing towards the bus stop. She said: “I was outside my shop, attending to customers when I saw him running towards the bus stop, shouting hot water! Hot water! We are from the same village in Edo State, so I had to run after him to Egbeda Police Station. He lodged a complaint about the incident.

When some of his colleagues at the police station who knew him, heard that his wife poured hot water on him, they advised him to go home and settle with his wife. “We left the station for Igando General Hospital where first aid was immediately administered on him. He was asked to make a deposit. But we had to leave when he could not make the deposit.” When our correspondent visited Ehianaguan’s residence at No 8, Funsho Abatan Street, Egbeda, he denied the allegation that his wife bathed him with hot water. He said: “Truly, I had a disagreement with my wife before I left home that fateful day, but when I came back, the whole compound was dark. There was no light.

I did not know that my wife kept hot water on the floor. I fell into the water. “I went to Igando General Hospital. When I could not afford the money they asked me to pay, I left for Police Training School Cottage Hospital, where I’m receiving treatment.”

When Esther was asked to state what transpired, she said: “My husband has said it all.” Another resident, who identified himself simply as John, said that the policeman lied about the incident. He said: “I was at our motorcycle park when I saw him with the wound. I approached him, to find out what happened. He told me that it was his wife who poured hot water on him. I wonder why he lied to you. What I have noticed about the couple is that they are not on good terms. They used to fight.



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misterjohn at 1-06-2015 06:27PM (4 years ago)
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Too bad
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ujmaria at 4-03-2016 06:20AM (4 years ago)
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Too bad but seriously he got wat he bargain for
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ujmaria at 4-03-2016 06:20AM (4 years ago)
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Too bad but seriously he got wat he bargain for
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charisVEC at 5-03-2016 01:39PM (4 years ago)
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