Unfaithful to your wife? If the shoe fits

Unfaithful to your wife? If the shoe fits

An enraged wife ended her husband’s would-be fling the old-fashioned way on Monday, by beating him senseless with a shoe.

Police said the 40-year-old man had decided to dine at a Chamkarmon district restaurant, where his favourite karaoke partner awaited.

Unbeknownst to the man, his wife had followed him there. After witnessing his shenanigans with his female singing partner, she flew into a rage, removed her shoe, and went to work.

The restaurant owner quickly called police, who arrested the woman, but not before she had injured her husband’s head. Since then, the man has begged police to release his wife. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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