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For tonight’s Weird Weiner News, we travel to Uganda, where a step mom was arrested for mixing her step-daughter’s dinner with a disgusting ingredient!

Police in Mukono, Uganda have arrested a woman accused of forcefully feeding her teenage step daughter food that was mixed with her menstrual blood.

Annet Namata’s husband, Unusu Lungu, told police that he learned about the shocking incident from his neighbours who intervened to save the teenager’s life when they saw her vomiting after the suspect had left to go and trap grasshoppers.

Neighbors asked the teenager what had happened but she couldn’t speak and instead pointed at a plate of food inside the house.

The neighbors notified Unusu after giving the teenager hot water to wash her mouth, garlic and charcoal powder to swallow.

Unusu says he couldn’t withhold his anger and attacked Annet at her workplace, saying “she mixed the blood with the sauce made of eggplants. She forced the teenager to eat it threatening her that she would strangle her and vanish. So I asked her to eat the food herself and that is when she confessed and said that indeed the food contained menstrual blood. But she blamed the daughter as the one who went and removed the blood from her knickers and added it to the food so she could be blamed.”
The village council leaders convinced Annet to return for mediation.
She claimed that she was ill advised by her friends to feed the minor with menstrual blood so as to turn her into a lunatic. Annet claimed that she felt infuriated because of the preferential care that her husband was giving to the teenager, saying that her husband “loved his daughter so much to the point of even beating me in case I annoyed her. Every nice thing my husband was giving it to her.”

She asked for forgiveness from the husband and the council.

Rogers Sseguya, the Mukono district police commander, says they have handed over the matter to the child and family protection unit, which is also ensuring sufficient care for the teenager to recover psychologically from this trauma.