A woman in Texas, United States broke into her boyfriend’s house and set it on fire after another woman answered his phone.
23-year-old Senaida Marie Soto was arrested on charges of burglary of a habitation and arson. The incident took place on November 20. Soto broke into her boyfriend’s house, stole several items and set the house on fire.
According to the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, the Lytle Fire Department and the Bexar County Fire Marshal’s Office responded to an arson call at the home in San Antonio, Texas.
Woman Sets Boyfriend’s House On Fire
The police said that Soto was in a romantic relationship with a family member of the homeowner. She video-called her boyfriend but another woman answered his phone. The other woman turned out to be a relative of the boyfriend.
In a fit of jealousy, Soto broke into her boyfriend’s house and lit the couch in the living room on fire. A video of the fire was recorded, in which Soto can be seen lighting the couch on fire, which led to the house going up in flames.
The arson cost the family a damage of over 50,000 dollars (around 40,00,000 rupees) worth of property. She was arrested by the police on charges of burglary of a habitation and arson.
After setting the house aflame, Soto reportedly texted her boyfriend and said, “I hope your house is okay”.
A video of a woman beating her husband in the middle of a busy Ghaziabad market went viral a day before Karwa Chauth.
The husband was shopping for Karwa Chauth with his girlfriend when his wife ran into them and began beating him up.
Reportedly, the woman was residing at her maternal house after a fight with her husband. When she went shopping, she spotted her husband shopping with his girlfriend.
The Indian festival of Karwa Chauth is mainly celebrated in the northern and western parts of the nation. During the festival, women fast and pray for the long life of their husbands.