S’pore man allegedly kills wife’s lover

S’pore man allegedly kills wife’s lover

MALAYSIA - A Singaporean man who found his wife's lover in his home in Malaysia allegedly went on a rampage, killing the lover and injuring his wife.

This reportedly took place in front of his seven-year-old son.

The man then fled the home in Triang, Pahang.

Malaysian police have launched a manhunt for him, Malaysia's The Star reported.

The man, said to be a taxi driver in his 40s, is reported to have heard that his wife had brought a man to their home and he rushed there from Singapore.

Seeing his Malaysian wife's lover in his home, he reportedly confronted him, stabbing and slashing the 32-year-old Chinese national repeatedly.

The lover, who was in his underwear, fell to the floor bleeding. He managed to crawl down the stairs, but he died in the hall.

He then turned on his screaming wife, slashing her with the knife as she tried to run away.

The wife, who is in her 30s, managed to lock herself in a room and she called her younger brother for help.

The S'porean then left the scene.

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