Imagine running away from a sheep only to end up in the same house with a lion.
This is what happened to a woman and she ended up in tears.
According to Dispatch, businesswoman Nokwanda Maguga-Patocka has family problems with her husband. She then moved out of her wedding home in Beacon Bay, East London, and returned home.
When he returns home, the successful 45-year-old businesswoman has met someone and the two have finally started dating.
He decided to seek solace and told the man his problem, not knowing that he was a sheep in wolf clothes.
It is said that there has been a dispute between them with fatal consequences.
The family spokeswoman, Maguga the Duck's brother, Luyanda Mem, rushed home from East London at 2am after her mother got a desperate call saying something bad had happened.
It is alleged that during the argument he jumped out of the window to escape his new lover, but he got into his car and chased after her.
As he chased after her, he bumped into her and she died. Provincial Police spokesman Colonel Priscilla Naidu said a 49-year-old man was arrested in connection with the death of Duck Maguga.
Naidu said Maguga the duck died in Ginsberg, Quince, early Monday morning.
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