Wife scalds her police officer husband with hot water

A male police officer at Chipoka Police Station in Salima, Sergeant Sefu Phiri, is in deep pain at the district hospital after sustaining bruises from how water his wife poured on him on Wednesday.

Nyasa Times understand that Phiri was scalded with hot water by his own wife following disagreements over his surrogate child.

Sefu Phiri captured from his hospital bed

The victim confirmed the development, adding that he is officer No B6335 Pros/Sgt Sefu Phiri.

“I had a child with a different mother of which my wife was aware of. And after I brought the child home, my wife was so angry. She then poured the hot water from the kitchen that I was about to make tea for the child,” narrated Phiri.

The district police spokesperson, Jacob Khembo, refused to comment on the matter.

But Phiri disclosed that his fellow law enforcers have not yet arrested the suspect.

Asked if he reported the matter to police, Phiri said: “I just informed my boss through a phone.”

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christafari.
9 months ago

vuto la azimayi ndi limenero koma amafuma iwe usamale mwana wawo inenso ndayambapo kufufuza mwana wanga wa ku chibwenzi chokugwa chigwe ayelekeze kukwiya ndimuwonesa polekela

BigMan
BigMan
9 months ago

Probably the Officer feeling he is “above the law” just brought the child home without agreeing with the wife, the end result is anger and disharmony. Your wife is not a suspect in police cells that you can taunt, bully, or even bludgeon to death and get a coverup.

Ali Palimandi
9 months ago

Mother tongue. Sure the police officer looks in pain. He will be in a long while!

Tan
Tan
9 months ago

Amuna a kwathu kuno ndizo adziwa basi. Kunyenga.

Last edited 9 months ago by Tan
Pleasant
9 months ago

Uhule wavuta pa malawi.

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