Angry Wife Attacks Husband In Busy Mumbai Traffic

TRENDING: A visibly angry woman starts a fight with her husband amidst the bustling traffic of Mumbai. According to Hindustan Times, a woman stalked her husband following his vehicle as she suspected him of having an affair. In a fit of rage at one moment she jammed his vehicle with hers on the busy Pedder Road as she allegedly thought he had a female co-passenger inside, reports Mumbai Mirror.

Abandoning her own car while standing in front of her husband’s vehicle, she yelled at him to come out. She even banged on his windows and climbed on the bonnet of his vehicle causing a traffic jam in the area.

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