A Peruvian woman who caught her husband with another woman decided to take drastic action. Lisset Lupo Mamani grabbed the woman by her hair and threw her over a cliff. The entire scene was captured by nearby security cameras, WKMG reports.
Sandra Bruna Morales, 25, survived the 20-foot drop, suffering from just cuts and bruises, according to Peruvian news outlet El Comercio. The scene begins when Mamani’s husband was talking to Morales. When his wife arrived, he fled the scene, letting Morales fend for herself.
Mamani, a mother of four, is seen dragging Morales by her ponytail, dragged her off a ravine and screamed obscenities into the gorge. The attack took place in Arequipa, Peru, back in January but has recently been gaining attention online, the New York Daily News reports.
Bruna denies having an affair with Mamani’s husband, she told Peruvian news service América Noticias. The jilted wife said she didn’t remember throwing the woman off the cliff, only dragging her by the hair. She said she regrets what she did and has since separated from her husband, according to bestgore.com.
According to a recent study, 33 percent of men admit to being unfaithful to their spouses. For some couples, lack of communication, affection and attraction can lead to infidelity -- most said they cheated while on business trips.
Men aren’t the only ones cheating. According to Archives of Sexual Behavior, 19 percent of women are straying outside their marriages -- 5 percentage points more than the last survey taken in 2010, Women’s Health magazine reports.
"With women, they might seek feelings of closeness elsewhere if they aren't happy with their relationship," Kristen Mark, lead author of the study, said in a statement. "People experiencing this might seek out high-risk situations to overcome arousal problems or might feel less pressure to impress someone outside of their primary relationship than they do with their partner.”
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