In the Penza region, a court sentenced a local woman with a black belt in karate on charges of beating her husband’s mistress. This was announced on Wednesday, July 29, by the regional prosecutor’s office.
For example, the Serdobsky District Court established that on May 4, a 39-year-old convict with a master’s degree in karate-kyokushinkai deliberately beat her husband’s mistress in the courtyard of her house with a wooden kitchen hammer and feet. It is noted that the women met by chance near the store, as a result of which the karateka attacked her out of personal dislike for her husband’s mistress.
At the court session, the accused fully admitted her guilt under the article of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation “Intentional infliction of slight harm to health with the use of an object used as a weapon.” The court sentenced her to 180 hours of compulsory work, writes Gazeta.ru. The verdict came into force.
On July 26, it was reported that Yekaterinburg residents came to rest on Lake Tavatui and were attacked. The reason for the conflict was that the family refused to pay for the passage to the lake, citing camping rules. In response, the guards attacked and beat them.