Husband Asked For A Good Night Kiss, Gets His Head Beaten In By An Alarm Clock

A wife smashed an alarm clock over her husband’s head after he asked for a goodnight kiss. Kathryne Borthwick, 26 – who met husband Monty, 59, online – flew into a rage after a drinking spree. A judge heard Mr Borthwick took off his shirt in the bedroom and demanded: “What about my goodnight kiss?” Prosecuting lawyer Tim Dracass said: “She picked up an alarm clock and started to hit him with it. "The clock broke. "Mrs Borthwick then grabbed her husband’s mobile and began hitting his head.” The court heard Mr Borthwick begged “Please, please” as blood ran down his head and his furious wife swore and threw his CDs around their Portsmouth home. An ambulance was called at 9.45pm and Mr Borthwick was left with two cuts to his head after the attack on April 18. Mrs Borthwick, who came to the UK from The Philippines last year, admitted assault with actual bodily harm and was given a 12-month community order. The court heard that Mr Borthwick did not want his wife to be charged but that it was not the first time she had behaved in this way after drinking. Portsmouth crown court heard she had quit drinking and the pair wanted to forget the “nightmare”. Judge Roger Hetherington said: “For some reason, which is something of a mystery, you flew at him in a rage hitting him with whatever came to hand.”

Mirror– A wife smashed an alarm clock over her husband’s head after he asked for a goodnight kiss.
Kathryne Borthwick, 26 – who met husband Monty, 59, online – flew into a rage after a drinking spree.
A judge heard Mr Borthwick took off his shirt in the bedroom and demanded: “What about my goodnight kiss?”
Prosecuting lawyer Tim Dracass said: “She picked up an alarm clock and started to hit him with it.
“The clock broke.
“Mrs Borthwick then grabbed her husband’s mobile and began hitting his head.”
The court heard Mr Borthwick begged “Please, please” as blood ran down his head and his furious wife swore and threw his CDs around their Portsmouth home.
An ambulance was called at 9.45pm and Mr Borthwick was left with two cuts to his head after the attack on April 18.
Mrs Borthwick, who came to the UK from The Philippines last year, admitted assault with actual bodily harm and was given a 12-month community order.
The court heard that Mr Borthwick did not want his wife to be charged but that it was not the first time she had behaved in this way after drinking.
Portsmouth crown court heard she had quit drinking and the pair wanted to forget the “nightmare”.
Judge Roger Hetherington said: “For some reason, which is something of a mystery, you flew at him in a rage hitting him with whatever came to hand.”

This is how you know how times have changed. Girls are so fed up with how guys are not remotely close to romantic like the guys in old 50’s movies. Oh guys are not charming anymore, or we don’t have proper etiquette around ladies! Well its 2015 and times have changed. We’re not calling people over land lines asking them out if they would like to go on a date at some restaurant followed by a stroll through the park. Its “Hey whats up you wanna come over and watch Netflix maybe order some take out” over text. But here’s the thing, Kathtryne over here is only 29 while she married Monty who’s FIFTY NINE. Dude is pretty much double her age. He is the old guy that has charm and etiquette that the ladies pretend they want to much and when he gave it to her she didn’t even know what to do with it besides bash his head in with an alarm clock and cellphone. So listen ladies, chivalry and romance isn’t dead, its just evolved. Take us for what we are and please do not bash out skull in, thats all we ask.

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