A South African lady brutally beat up her newly wedded husband during love making on their honeymoon because his penis was too big.
Most women would like to have a man with a very sized ”tool” to ensure pleasure and satisfaction during love making.
But Mnombo Madyibi (32) and his wife are exactly the opposite. That’s because Mnombo’s manhood, sized 4-5ft is allegedly too big, hairy and scary for his new wife.
He said he met his new wife at church last year and she told him she wanted to abstain from sex until they were married. Because he loved her, he decided to observe her wishes.
They went on honeymoon after they got married but things got out of hand when the new wife said she’s not being entertained by his bullish 4-5ft prick as it’s destroying her vagina.
Mnombo, a local soccer player from Bhongweni Village in Mthatha, allegedly got beaten up on Monday night by his new wife on their honeymoon in Coffee Bay, on the Wild Coast of the Eastern Cape.
“All was well and she enjoyed the pre-intimacy, but all broke loose the moment I took off my underwear”.
“My wife said she wanted a penis inside her not an anaconda,” said Mnombo.
“When I tried to penetrate her, she bit my ear before squeezing my balls. Before I knew it, she knocked me over with a bottle of wine before attempting to suffocate me with a red and white teddy bear I had bought her as a gift,” he said.
Mnombo claimed his screams summoned other guests and staff at the B&B where they were staying.
“We took different buses back home. I don’t want to lay charges against my new wife. I love her.”
“I think she’s angry because I could only afford a cheaper honeymoon instead of the one she wished for in Zanzibar,” he said.
On the other hand, his wife said Mnombo was telling lies.
“He has a big 4-5ft manhood, long like a cucumber and hairy and scary like a bush. I only slapped him on the cheek and never moered him or tried to suffocate him,” she said.
”I don’t want to loose my virginity all over again because i still remember how painful it was” she said.
The couple agreed to get counselling and said they would not involve the police.