Policewoman, lover boy caught in sex act in matrimonial bed
By Yolamchi Ukaga, Aba
Magdalene, a female Inspector serving at the Aba Area Command of the Nigeria Police and her lover boy, a constable have been detained at the Aba Central Police station for engaging in amoral activity.
The female police officer was caught by her husband, also an Inspector of Police, while having sex with her lover boy in her matrimonial bed, in the wee hours of Saturday, May 16, 2020.
Orient Daily gathered from reliable sources that Magdalene, an indigene of Cross River State, has been sleeping with the police constable in her apartment before the bubble burst last Saturday.
It was also gathered that the unidentified constable who serves at the Eastern Ngwa Police Division, under the Aba Area Command used to sneak into Inspector Magdalene’s apartment in the night to sleep with her. This paper also learnt that Magdalene’s husband who also hails from Cross River State, does not work at the same location with her but returns home to his wife and two kids when not on duty. However, in his absence, the constable warmed his bed.
According to a source in the area, the police woman, always disturbed the neighbours with loud moaning each time the police lover boy engaged her in sex romp in her apartment.
“It was her loud-sound during sex that eventually gave her out,” the source disclosed.
He recalled the dramatic incident that led to their eventual arrest: “That night, the constable came in, not knowing that the neighbours have already set a trap that will catch him and the female inspector. He went in as usual and they started their thing with the usual noise the woman makes.
“It was during the peak of their action that the husband was alerted and he swiftly got there, broke into the apartment and caught them red-handed, with the woman on top of the Constable.
“The couple has two children and they’ve been married traditionally since, but just did their church wedding last year.”
The husband, according to the sources, beat hell out of the constable before he handed him and the woman over to the police, which took them and detained them. “It took the intervention of neighbours to prevent any form of bloodshed because the situation could have degenerated into something else”. Geoffrey Ogbonna, a Superintendent of Police and Police Public Relations Officer, Abia Police Command, when contacted, confirmed knowledge of the issue, but decided not to give further information on it.