Imagine fleeing a sheep only to find yourself in the same house as a lion.
This is exactly what occurred to one woman, and she burst out laughing.
According to the Dispatch, Nokwanda Maguga-Patocka, a businesswoman, was having marital issues with her spouse. She then returned home after moving out of their married house in Beacon Bay, East London.
Back in home, the 45-year-old successful businesswoman met a new person and the two started dating.
She sought solace from her difficulties and confided in the man, unaware that he was a sheep disguised as a wolf.
An altercation between them is said to have erupted, with fatal consequences.
Maguga-brother-in-law patocka's Luyanda Mema, the family spokesperson, hurried from East London to the home at 2 a.m. after receiving a frantic phone call from his mother indicating something awful had happened.
During the dispute, she allegedly leaped out the window to flee her new lover, but he chased her down in his car.
When he finally came up to her, he ran her down and killed her. Colonel Priscilla Naidu, a provincial police spokesperson, said a man, 49, had been arrested in connection with Maguga-killing. patocka's
Maguga-patocka died in the early hours of Monday in Ginsberg, according to Naidu.
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