I sniff my husband's boxers & armpit when I’m down - Sex therapist urges women to “try it & see”

A female sex therapist has revealed that sniffing her husbands boxers shorts and armpits whenever she is down has proven to be an effective remedy for “quick temper”.

I sniff my husband's boxers & armpit when I’m down - sex therapist says

She explained that for those who might not understand her revelation, the smell of her husband’s boxers and armpit is simply “intoxicating” and can tame her.

She has therefore entreated other women to try her unconventional therapy, saying they will not regret having done so.

Angela Nwosu took to her Facebook page to make the weird disclosure and it has since triggered a lot of reactions from both men and women, some of whom find the said therapy ridiculous.

However, interestingly, a lot of other women have been testifying to unconventional therapy and its effectiveness.

In other news, a 28-year-old man who killed his 20-year-old wife in a bloody fashion has killed himself after committing the crime.

The sad incident happened in the Chilanga district of Zambia’s capital, Lusaka.

Reports say Savior Katiyo of Longridge took his life by hanging after butchering his wife, Susan Moono on Saturday, January 2, 2021.

The couple successfully crossed over from last year to the new year but could not live to enjoy the goodies it brings along, thanks to Savior Katiyo’s savagery.

Police spokesperson Esther Mwaata Katongo confirmed the incident, saying that officers visited the scene of the crime and found Susan's body with multiple cuts on both hands, on her back and abdomen with intestines protruding and human bite marks on the shoulder, chest and both hands.

"The body was found lying halfway on the mattress while the body of the suspect was found hugging in the corner of the room with human bites on both hands, chest, shoulder and the back," Katongo said in a statement released on Saturday.

She added that a knife suspected to have been used in the bloody act has been recovered with bloodstains on it from a one-roomed house owned by one Mathews Muwowo.

Katiyo had reportedly moved to stay in the said house following a marital dispute.

"It is alleged that Saviour Katiyo had moved from his matrimonial home and was staying at Muwowo's house where the wife followed and seem to have had an altercation," explained Katongo.


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