Disdainful wife goes crazy, throws her husband’s clothes out the front door and crashes his car with a seat after discovering he cheated on her in the pub – but they stick together
- The mother went to their bedroom and threw his clothes in the garden
- The argument went further outside, where the woman threw a chair at a car
- Their young children witnessed the violent altercation at the Queensland home
A drunk woman threw her husband’s clothes in the yard before launching a seat near a car after finding out he was cheating on her.
The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, accused her husband of being unfaithful in the pub on March 15 after coming home for dinner.
Gayndah Magistrates Court Monday at their home in North Burnett, southeast Queensland, argued for their children.
Gayndah Magistrates Court (pictured) heard an argument at their home in North Burnett, southeast Queensland, with their children.
The mother went to their bedroom, pulled the screen from the door and threw her husband’s clothes into the garden, NewsMail reported.
She threatened to take the children and leave before he picked up her car keys to avoid drunk driving.
The court heard the stoush went outside, where the woman reportedly threw a chair at a car.
The unnamed man then allegedly attacked the car with the handle of a rake.
Defense attorney Travis George said his client was “emotionally upset” and only hit the vehicle because she was angry and drunk.
“Both parties are still with their children and are in relationship therapy,” he said.
The scorned woman threatened to take the children and leave before the man picked up her car keys to prevent her from driving drunk (stock)
“They are trying to move forward, which stems from a very emotional circumstance.”
Magistrate Terry Duroux said that the woman’s behavior did not suit her, even thought she had “a little gross on board.”
She was charged with violating a domestic violence warrant from 2018.
Although Magistrate Duroux was concerned that the children saw the fight, he acknowledged that they were taking steps to restore their relationship.
The woman pleaded guilty and was fined $ 350.
No conviction was recorded.