Husband Locks Wife In Shed For Unsympathetic Remarks
42 year-old Andrew Salmon of Cornwall, England admitted in court, that he attacked his wife Beverley (also 42), at their home in Truro in a rage after she chanted “Ding dong, the witch is dead” when his mother died.
Truro Magistrates’ Court heard that Beverley managed to climb out of the shed window, and used her key to get into the house, but Andrew grabbed her by the clothes. Furious, he then punched Beverley, ripped her top open and twisted her breasts.
Andrew who has no previous convictions, said his wife had not liked his late mother, and had not been supportive or kind about his loss when she died, instead taunting him by repeating: ‘Ding dong, the witch is dead’.
The parents of two children aged nine and 11, have been together for almost 20 years – though Andrew vows never to reconcile the relationship. He pleaded guilty to assaulting his wife and will be sentenced next month.
When approached after the court hearing, Beverly, who works as a receptionist, refused to comment.
Quite the mature couple…
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