In an accident which occurred on 19th January 2018 in Kampung Pasir Jonge, Indonesia, a 28-year-old man shockingly killed his pregnant neighbour after repeatedly being asked, “When are you getting married?”.
The 28-year-old man identified as Faiz Nurdin got irritated with the question his pregnant neighbour, Aisyah asked him while he was sitting in front of his house. 32-year-old Aisyah had asked him to get married as soon as possible, as others were already married.
“The suspect revealed that the woman said, ‘Faster get married, the others are already married, why aren’t you getting married yet?’ These words offended the suspect,” a spokesperson from the police force said.
It was gathered that Faiz who felt insulted with the question, stormed Asiyah’s home and strangled her to death with his bare hands in her bedroom. She had bitten his fingers while trying to defend herself, police said.
Police sources further disclosed that Faiz fled the scene of the incident after stealing the deceased’s smartphone worth RM230 [around $59]. Faiz who got shot in the leg during a raid that led to his arrest, will however be facing life imprisonment, if found guilty of committing the said crime.
On the other hand few hours ago, it was confirmed that a heavily pregnant woman and her unborn baby were reportedly killed by a poisonous snake in Australia.
The 27-year-old was bitten outside her home in Meekatharra, 480 miles north-east of Perth, and started suffering from seizures, it has been claimed. The woman, who has not been named, was rushed to Meekatharra Hospital but died shortly after arriving, according to ABC News.
Police are unsure of the type of snake that bit her, but experts said the deadly western brown snake was most likely to be responsible. Toxicologist Dr Timothy Jackson told ABC the woman’s pregnancy may have been a contributory factor to her sudden death, as the low blood pressure associated with pregnancy can cause a rapid collapse after a bite.