THEY WILL ASK thee as to what they should spend on others. Say: "Whatever of your wealth you spend shall [first] be for your parents, and for the near of kin, and the orphans, and the needy, and the wayfarer; and whatever good you do, verily, God has full knowledge thereof." - Al-Baqarah (2:215)

Monday, 26 September 2011

Kondom bocor?

Just as my friends and I were about to make a move from Ipoh for our Belum-Temenggor trip last weekend, a call came in on my handphone with the MI ringtone.  It was Mrs K. At first  I thought it could be another one of her attempt to try and borrow money, but then I remembered, although she’d fail in her attempt each time, usually when she tries to borrow money, she’d use SMS. When I answered her call, she asked…

Kak, nak tanya sikit lah kak. Malam tadi saya adalah bersama dengan Abang *** (hubby’s name). Pas tu kondom bocor lah kak, macam mana ni?”

*Just for the record, Mrs K had so far been tested negative although Mr K had been diagnosed HIV+ for more than 4 years now.

Oh dear, that was the second time she asked me the same question. Don’t they ever learn?

Told her what is done cannot be undone. She will have to wait a while and then go for testing. Mrs K was thinking that it would help if in the meantime she takes any antibiotics or something to that effect.

She then told me the whole story. Apparently Mr K is back into drugs and always short of money and Mrs K finally had it and asked for divorce. Mr K got angry and beat her up. As a result, Mrs K filed a police report and when she got home and told Mr K what she did, he pulled her into their bedroom and forced her to have sex with him.

Hmmm… I doubt it was a case of “kondom bocor” after all. They probably didn’t use condom at all.

When Shah, their eldest son, found out that his mother asked for divorce, all he said to her was that she should have done so long ago. Shah had always been angry with his father. To him his father was the cause of all the their family’s troubles.

Mrs K did mention that Mr K would be leaving the house that day (the day she called me) because he was afraid one of Mrs K’s brothers may come and beat him up. I’m not sure if that really took place since I have not heard any news from Mrs K since then. I don’t know if she tried to call me when I was in Belum… there was no phone reception most of the time anyway.

I will need to call her one of these days to find out more.

 

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

sounds too much of mr k to do that to his wife and tryin to transmit the disease to her? I wish if she really got the disease, the authorities should fine him for doing that?

sometimes i cannot understand why human beings can be so terrible...

hopefully she didnt get the disease and hopefully she divorce him and stays away from him.

Regards,
sally

tireless mom said...

jahat mr K ni!!! *DUSH* tumbuk dia sekali

Pi Bani said...

Sally,
Let's just hope she's not infected. Kalau infected, panjang pulak cerita dia...

Pi Bani said...

Yatt,
Tumbuklah banyak-banyak kali pun takpa...

Edi said...

oh dear.. kesiannyer... :(((

Pi Bani said...

Yes Edi, kesian dia. I hope she will stand firm with her decision.

Tommy Yewfigure said...

Pi, I finally got round to reading this...as promised :))

On a serious note, technically that can be considered rape & she has ground to file a police report & press charges. Guys like this ought to be locked up!

Pi Bani said...

I don't know yet what's the latest status la Tommy. Whatever it is, I know her children are on her side and I hope her eldest son (who is about 20 or so) will be able to protect her.

Anonymous said...

Cik Pi,

Bolehkah Mrs K apply for PPO (personal prptection order)?

What Mr K to her was pure battery and assult, i.e. being physiocally abusive.

Jasmani, Singapura