Man Strangled To Death After His 101kg Wife Sat On His Face During An Argument

A 16-stone (101kg) Russian lady allegedly killed her husband who was “strangled together with her buttocks” after she sat on him throughout a row.


Tatyana O was charged with homicide after refusing to let go of her husband Aidar till he “begged forgiveness”, it’s claimed.


The person’s daughter noticed her father pinned face down on the mattress and ran to hunt assist from neighbours in Russian metropolis Novokuznetsk, in keeping with proof within the case.


A feminine neighbour got here in however determined this was a home dispute which the couple would resolve, it was reported.


Tatyana mentioned she needed to “calm him down” after the pair had been ingesting.


Quickly afterwards, it’s alleged, Aidar died and the lady screamed, resulting in the neighbour dashing again.


The neighbour referred to as an ambulance however the husband was pronounced lifeless on the scene.


A later medical examination discovered that the person died from “asphyxia from blocking the respiratory system” as his face was wedged into the mattress, with the lady sitting on his neck, “utilizing her legs so he couldn’t elevate it”.


At a primary trial, a homicide cost was dropped and Tatyana was convicted of inflicting demise by negligence, it was reported.


She had no intention to kill him, the court docket heard.


She was sentenced to 18 months of corrective labour and ordered to pay round £2,000 in “ethical damages”, reported Life.


However this week the Investigative Committee introduced it’s urgent for a brand new homicide cost towards the spouse.


The lady had been offended “after ingesting closely” and “as quickly as the person lay down on the mattress, burying his face within the mattress, she sat on his neck, whereas holding his head together with her legs in order that he couldn’t elevate it.”


After he stopped exhibiting indicators of life, “the accused, frightened, shook him and shouted at him to wake him up”.


The homicide suspect “weighs greater than 100 kilograms”, mentioned the committee.