ANDREW Tshili from Cowdray Park suburb in Bulawayo is a man in a crisis.
This was after he broke up with his long-time lover Thandolwenkosi Tshuma.
Tshili said after red-carding Tshuma, she turned into a monster as she would come to his place in his absence and break into the house and take his blankets and household property.
The troubled Tshili said at times his ex poured cold water on his blankets and all over the floor.
He said whenever he confronts her, his violent ex punches him while begging him to rekindle their relationship.
For refusing to rekindle their romance he said Tshuma would label him a womaniser.
This was heard when Tshili applied for a protection order at Western Commonage Court.
“I’m applying for a protection order against my ex-girlfriend Thandolwenkosi Tshuma. She always comes to my place to torment me.
“She always says that she wants us to make amends but she does not accept that I no longer love her. When I tell her that I cannot accept her back she fumes and punches me and hurls insults at me.
“At times she pelted me with stones and would brand me a womaniser.
“Most of the time I sleep without blankets because she takes them or pours water on them. She is always insulting me while threatening to fix me,” he said in his affidavit.
The presiding magistrate Tinashe Ndokera granted Tshili a peace order. Tshuma was ordered not to verbally and physically abuse her ex-lover.