A JILTED Harare man, Jaison Kautsa, yesterday, consented to a protection order barring him from visiting his ex-girlfriend, Faith Ndlovu, telling the court he would not mind even if the latter was granted a thousand protection orders.
BY NQOBILE NKIWANE
Kautsa openly showed his resentment of Ndlovu, vowing he would never in his lifetime go anywhere near her.
Kautsa made the remarks while responding to Ndlovu’s application for a protection order against him before magistrate Ruth Kamangira.
In her application, Ndlovu had claimed Kautsa was a violent boyfriend who was in the habit of beating, threating and insulting her.
But Kautsa denied Ndlovu’s claims and told the court that he beat her once, last month, after he had caught her red-handed in bed with another man.
“I admit to only beating her once after I caught her cheating and I have already been convicted for that,” Kautsa said. “As for the protection orders, Your Worship, you can even grant a thousand I don’t care because I have no intention of making any contact with her.”
Ndlovu also asked the court to bar Kautsa from going to Julius Nyerere Easypark Parkade where she works, saying his presence always made her feel uncomfortable.
The magistrate granted the protection order in favour of Ndlovu and barred Kautsa from going to the Parkade for the purposes of visiting her, after he indicated he was also a former employee there.