Sex advice triggers assault

Far from improving her relationship, a woman’s visit to a marriage counsellor inadvertently led to her being assaulted by her own husband.

A counsellor told the woman she could liven up her sex life by writing a letter to her husband describing exactly how she would like him to make love to her, Ipswich Magistrates Court was told.

But when the husband read the letter – which was left on a table in the couple’s home – he mistakenly thought it had been written by his wife for another man and flew into a jealous rage.

The devastated 42-year-old drove over to his parents’ house to discuss the apparent affair, then spotted his wife’s car at a park in Walloon west of Brisbane, thought she was meeting her lover there and confronted and attacked her.

In court, the man pleaded guilty to two counts of assault occasioning bodily harm and one count of wilful damage and was sentenced to six months’ prison but released on immediate parole.

Read more at The Queensland Times.

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