Of what many have described as mind-boggling, a disgruntled woman, walked into a police station to file a complaint against a contract killer for failing to carry out their signed agreement to murder her boyfriend.
A Spanish woman has reportedly filed a complaint with the police against a contract killer who failed to undertake their signed agreement to assassinate her partner.
The woman walked to a police station in central Madrid to report her own son-in-law, who had agreed to kill her partner for swindling her of huge sums of money and disappeared.
Reports say, the woman’s romantic partner defrauded her in excess of GHc 326,000 ($60,000) over several years, and as part of plans to retrieve the stolen money, she contracted her son-in-law who claimed to be the head of Spain’s secret services, to find and kill him.
It was also agreed on that the conman’s internal organs would be sold on the black market to pay her back the lost money.
The unnamed woman even made a down payment of GHc 43,000 ($8,000) to her son-in-law as he demanded to carry out the murder, reports revealed.
Another report also disclosed that the woman’s 29-year-old son-in-law even drew up a contract to make the arrangement legitimate.
Per the agreement, his first priority was to find his mother-in-law’s romance fraudster, kill him and remove seven internal organs for sale to compensate her for all the monies she had lost to her partner.
However, after a long while, the hitman failed to fulfil his side of the criminal contract, and out of some ignorant anger, the woman walked to the police station with her daughter whose husband happens to be the supposed killer, to file a formal complaint.
It only dawned on the furious woman that she had committed a criminal act by signing an agreement with someone to kill another, after the police had arrested her.
They then proceeded to arrest her son-in-law in addition for taking up a contract to commit murder.
While they are both facing prosecution, the Spanish police say they are equally searching for the woman’s romantic partner who swindled her, giving rise to the criminal contract to murder him.
Meanwhile, a man who disguised himself as a woman to secure a job as a barmaid has found himself in the grips of the law after his female colleagues got suspicious of his mannerisms and reported to the District police.
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