What ought to be a blissful night of a new beginning has turned out to being a night of frustrations for a new groom.
The wedding ceremony had gone on well, and, in line with the custom, the bride had been taken to her husband’s home to go and wait for him.
What the excited groom later narrated shocked everyone.
Friends and family members were surprised when the man filed for divorce a month after, on an allegation that his bride had been born without a vagina — a situation that made sex practically impossible between them as husband and wife.
The case, which took everyone — including the judge — by surprise, attracted a packed court as the inconsolable groom narrated his uncommon experience.
Hear him: “I took an elevator up and came into the room. I found her mother on top of her, naked — penetrating her,” the angry man tabled his complaint before the judge.
“They got scared and started yelling at me,” he added.
“What did you mean by ‘penetrating her?’” the judge asked.
“She (mother-in-law) had a dildo. She was fu–ing her with it,” the frustrated groom responded.
“So, her mother was penetrating her with a dildo?” the judge asked, surprised; while the shamed bride stood still at the witness’ stand.
“Yes,” the groom quipped.
“So, what happened?” the judge probed further.
“They got scared and tried to explain what was going on. But I know what I saw.
“I got mad, we fought, and I ended up leaving. I came back home, packed my things and left for a friend’s house.
“I’ve been living there for a month now. They’re living a life of sin inside my apartment,” the man added.
Begging the judge to order the wife and her mother to leave, the frustrated groom said, “I need your help to get my apartment back. To get these people out of there.”
The wife responded, “What I don’t get is why he’s omitted the main problem.
“I’m not like other women. I was born without a vagina. I was born with Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome (congenital absence of uterus and vagina).
“It’s a congenital abnormality where a woman’s vagina is either extremely small or nonexistent.
“In my case, it (vagina) was nonexistent,” the shamed woman narrated.
“But you’re fully developed. Do you have ovaries?” the judge probed.
“Yes, I have ovaries,” the woman said.
“So, you have ovaries? What don’t you have a vagina cavity? A uterus?” the judge asked.
“I was born without a uterus or a vagina canal,” the troubled woman said.