Love is a Killer: Extramarital affairs that led to murder

Oct 22, 2018, 18:30 IST
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    Brother-in-law stabs 33-year-old sister-in-law to death

    Initial reports suggested that the gruesome murder was a result of an extramarital affair gone wrong. The victim, a married woman was having an affair with her brother-in-law, the two had met in a resort in Aksa and later the woman's naked body was discovered in a pool of blood and the man was missing. The accused was eventually arrested and he told the cops that he was not the only man in the victim's life and that she had extramarital affairs with multiple men. As per sources the accused had received videos of the victim engaging in sexual acts with other people, something that bothered him. The accused said, on the day of the incident the two had sex and he went onto the bathroom to wash up. When he returned the victim pulled out a knife from her bag and tried to attack the accused because she had realised that he knew about her affairs and did not want him to tell her husband. The accused said that in the scuffle that followed, he fatally stabbed the woman. 

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    Wife plots murder of Sena leader

    A woman enlisted the help of a local shopkeeper and his accomplices to kidnap and murder her husband, A Shiv Sena leader. She was afraid that her husband would leave her and their children for his mistress. On the night of the murder, around 1.30 am, when the victim retired for the night, his wife switched off the lights at home as a signal for the hitmen. The attackers crept into the house under the cover of darkness and strangled the Sena man in his sleep and dumped his body and car away in a forest. Five days later, the partially burnt body of the man was found in Shahpur in Thane district and the victim was identified with the help of the car's licence plate. When the cops went to the victim's house to inquire about his whereabouts, his wife said he had been missing the entire night. Cops wondered why she hadn't reported him missing. They also found her sleeping children locked in a room. When they took her to see the body, she identified it as her husband even before taking a proper look. The cops became suspicious about the wife’s involvement and the final clincher was the Call Detail Records (CDR). The victim's phone revealed his affair and the wife's motive, while her phone records led the cops to the shopkeeper and on further interrogation, the wife confessed to her crime

     

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    Man kills father, hides body under the bed

    A senior citizen was killed by his son because he was angry with the victim for leaving his mother. According to the police who handled the case, the senior citizen had walked out of his wife's life 18 years ago as he suspected her of having an extra-marital affair with a friend. However, the son (accused) was bitter about the fact that his mother was abandoned and he held a grudge against his father ever since. But matters became worse days before the crime was committed when the son and his mother were abused by the victim, who also questioned the woman's character. Angered by this, the man returned with a friend and murdered his father. The case came to light when two men approached a lawyer under the pretext of seeking bail for their friend who they claimed had murdered his father and wanted to surrender. The lawyer alerted the cops, who reached a housing society in Borivli and broke open the door of a flat and found the decomposed body of the victim under the bed. The cops arrested the son who confessed to the murder

     

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    Man kills live-in-partner over suspicion of infidelity

    A 37-year-old man allegedly murdered his live-in partner after he suspected her of having an affair with someone else. The victim's body was found four days after her murder. The neighbours complained to the police about a foul smell coming from her house and when the cops broke open the door, they found the woman's body. According to the cops, the accused thought that his partner was cheating on him and they both had a fight about it. In a fit of rage, the man murdered her, covered the body with a blanket and left in the wee hours of the morning. He locked the house telling his neighbours that he was going to his hometown to celebrate Diwali. 

     

     

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    Professor murders wife

    A professor from Jhunjhunwala College in Ghatkopar, who suspected his wife of having an extra-marital affair, murdered her and later, tried to slit his throat and wrist. The professor suspected his wife of having an extra-marital affair and it would often lead to fights between the couple. Preliminary police probe indicated that at around 8.30 am, the duo had an argument that turned violent. The professor allegedly smothered the woman to death and called up his elder son and confessed to committing the crime. The boy immediately rushed home, only to find his mother lying lifeless on the bed and his father, in a pool of blood on the floor

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    Suspecting that his wife was having an affair, a Shahapur resident brutally killed her by inserting a broken alcohol bottle inside her vagina and then strangulating her. The Shahapur police, who found the woman's body, registered an FIR for rape and murder and arrested the accused. The man didn’t have a job due to his alcoholism and the woman used to work in a factory. On the day of the murder the man took her to an isolated spot, raped her and then inserted a broken bottle into her vagina to kill her. He stabbed her with the bottle three to four time and then used her saree to strangle her

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    A man, who returned from Dubai after two years, allegedly killed his wife suspecting she was in an illicit relationship. As per the police, the man returned from Dubai after almost two years and was infuriated when he saw a five-month-old baby on her lap. This led to an argument and he stabbed his wife to death

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    A businessman who wanted to marry another woman killed his 25-year-old wife and his eight-month-old son by paying his girlfriend to plan the murder and kill his family. After the murders, the husband rushed to police claiming a dacoit had killed them and robbed cash and jewellery worth of Rs 3.50 lakh. The accused had been married to the victim for two years, and at the time of the incident, the woman and her son were at her maternal home. On their return, the accused had gone to pick them up in his car, and soon he acted as though he wanted to vomit. He then stopped the car at the side of the road in an isolated area and alighted from the vehicle. The three men he had hired, then attacked the woman and her child, slitting their throats

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    A teenager allegedly punched his two-month-old son to death on the suspicion that the child was born out of an extra-marital affair. The incident took place when the mother went out to look for a job, leaving the child with his father. When she returned home, she found the baby lying motionless and her husband was nowhere to be seen. She took him to a hospital, where he was declared brought dead. The woman then informed the police, who apprehended, her husband, a 17-year-old boy. On being arrested the boy told the police that he suspected that his wife was having an extra-marital affair and that the child was someone else's

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    Frustrated over her husband's illicit relationships with other women, a 65-year-old woman killed her husband by smashing his head with a paver block while he was sleeping. While she initially said that she found him with his head smashed in, on probing further, the police found that she had committed the crime after the couple had an argument about his affair. She confessed that they would argue all the time and the woman eventually got frustrated

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    A 35-year-old woman was strangled to death allegedly by her husband and her brother over suspicion of her having an illicit relationship. The duo then threw her body into the house of her alleged lover

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    A pregnant woman was allegedly beheaded today by her alcoholic husband who suspected her character. The couple had a heated argument in their hut and in a fit of rage, the man allegedly attacked the woman with an axe. As per the police, the man was a drunkard and did odd jobs for living. During an argument, he questioned the fidelity of his wife who was expecting and allegedly beheaded her with the axe in a fit of rage

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    A 32-year-old man allegedly killed his wife and 18-month-old son in their sleep on the  suspicion that his wife was having an extra-marital affair. The accused even slept with his victim’s bodies before fleeing in the morning. The couple got married in 2005, but soon after the woman filed a dowry harassment case. While she withdrew it later, the couple started living apart. It is believed that the accused committed the murders on the belief that his wife was having an extra-marital affair and that his son was born out of that affair. In a bid to avenge the possibility, the accused plotted the murders by watching crime shows, several months in advance

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  • Love is a Killer: Extramarital affairs that led to murder

    A small-time model and bar dancer was beheaded by her boyfriend in Timba village near Surat. The victim was a resident of Bhatinda, Punjab and the accused had developed a relationship with her as he used to frequently visit dance bars in Mumbai. The victim had gone to Timba to visit the accused and the duo even spent the accused’s birthday together on December 27th, 2017. The duo travelled to Mumbai on December 28th the same year, to celebrate New Year’s where they stayed at a hotel in Mira Road. They then returned to Timba on Monday and then proceeded to his farm on Tuesday. Once the accused took the victim to his farm he chopped off her head with a sickle and escaped. On interrogation, the accused told the police that he had spent close to two crores on the victim and her various expenses however he suspected that she was having a relationship with another man

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    A woman in Mathura district allegedly killed her husband after he opposed her extra-marital relationship with one of their relatives. The woman, 45-years-old, and a mother of six killed her husband after he raised an objection to her illicit relationship. During interrogation, the woman confessed that she strangled and killed her husband when he was sleeping in their home

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  • Love is a Killer: Extramarital affairs that led to murder

    A woman and her paramour allegedly slit the throat of her minor daughter after she found out about their affair and threatened to inform her father. The incident came to light when the six-and-a-half-year-old girl, a class 1 student at a government school was reported missing and her body was later found with her throat slit. During investigation, it emerged that the girl's mother, in her 30s, had an extra-marital affair. The incident occurred when the girl's father, a cart-seller, had gone out for drinks. The woman's paramour then came to meet her. Before he came, the woman sent her daughter downstairs on the pretext of buying something. The girl returned only to find the couple in a "compromising position". She threatened to call her father and inform him. Enraged, her mother and her paramour, in his 20s, first allegedly rendered her unconscious. They took her to the terrace where they allegedly slit her throat. After they returned, the woman went downstairs and pretended to look for her daughter. She took her younger son to a nearby temple and adjacent lanes to search for the girl. Meanwhile, her partner disposed off the blood-stained clothes and hid the knife in the woman's house. The crime came to light when neighbours told the police that they had noticed the girl’s body on the terrace

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    27-year-old man was arrest for killing his wife suspecting her of having an extra-marital affair. According to the police, he first strangulated his wife and then gave her an electric shock

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    Suspecting his wife of having an extra marital affair, a 35-year-old Nalasopara-based auto driver stabbed her to death in front of their three children. Narrating the incident, the couple's eight-year-old son told police that while he and his seven-year-old sister was sleeping on Friday night, they heard their mother's screams. When they peeped into their parents' room, they saw their father attacking her with a knife. His one-and-a-half year-old brother was also a witness to the crime. The boy further told police that the accused slit their mother's throat and also cut off some of her body parts. During interrogation, Ajay said that he suspected his wife of having an extramarital affair and this led to frequent fights between them. He used to often beat up his wife over some issue or the other, to vent out his anger

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  • Love is a Killer: Extramarital affairs that led to murder

    A woman allegedly strangulated her 14-month-old son at Bhiwandi in a bid to save her extra-marital relationship. The woman had left her husband and was living with her lover. She used to keep the baby with her when her husband wasn’t around which soon became a bone of contention between her and her lover. The woman then killed the child when her husband wasn’t there with the help of her lover and his accomplice. She then told her husband that he had died of an illness. She was later caught after the police investigated the matter

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    A 32-year-old Oman-based CCTV technician was arrested in Hyderabad for killing a tailor in Kashimira, suspecting him of having an affair with his wife. The accused Kanhaiya Gupta, a resident of Appa Pada in Kandivali East, suspected that his wife and tenant, Ramesh Chenara, 30, were in a relationship. In order to separate the two, he had sent his wife to her hometown in Bihar on some false pretext, and then went back to Oman, where he works. On his return the man met up with the deceased and confronted him about the affair. The two got into a scuffle and the accused smashed the man’s head with a helmet, killing him

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    30-year-old man attacked his estranged wife with a blade near Mankhurd railway station. The accused allegedly attacked his 27-year-old wife as he suspected her of having an extramarital affair

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    A woman and her paramour allegedly attempted to kill her husband after he found about their illicit relationship. During interrogation, the lover revealed that he knew the woman for the last two years and they were in a relationship. He added they had decided to get married after killing her husband since he suspected that she was having an affair

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    Believing neighbours who told him that his wife was having an affair with another neighbour, a man attacked another, with a sword in the middle of a marketplace. While the victim survived the ordeal, the accused was promptly arrested by the police

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Unfaithfulness is tough to handle and some people harbour too much anger and resentment after they feel cheated in a relationship. The feeling sometimes turns into uncontrollable rage and people end up committing a serious crime against their partner. Here are instances of murderous crimes committed as a result of extramarital affairs

 

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