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A furious husband battered his wife after he caught her lying in bed next to a naked next door neighbour who shouted 'it's not what you think'. 

Jason Heathcote, 42, followed his wife Ceri into the Gawsworth home of John Richardson, in Macclesfield, Cheshire, at midnight and found her under the sheets in his bedroom, with one strap of her dungarees down. 

The father of one, an insulation engineer shouted: 'You f****** s**g, you f****** b****, you horrible w***e' at Mrs Heathcote before jumping on the bed and punching her as Mr Richardson shouted: 'It's not what you think.'

He then stormed off after the pair managed to wrestle him away. Mrs Heathcote, in her 40s, suffered 'significant' swelling to the left side of her face under the eye socket which was said to be 'extremely sore.' 

She later denied any sexual liaison with Mr Richardson and said her husband had 'lost the plot.'

Jason Heathcote (pictured), 42, followed his wife Ceri into the XX home of John Richardson at midnight and found her under the sheets in his bedroom, with one strap of her dungarees down

Jason Heathcote (pictured), 42, followed his wife Ceri into the XX home of John Richardson at midnight and found her under the sheets in his bedroom, with one strap of her dungarees down

At Warrington Magistrates' Court Heathcote, was ordered to pay his wife £500 compensation after pleading guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm. 

The victim, who was in a 'complicated' relationship with Heathcote for nine years, called on him not to return to their family home.

The incident occurred after Heathcote began receiving texts from Mr Richardson's ex-partner saying: 'Keep your wife away from my house, she's left my house at 4:30 in the morning.' He confronted Mrs Heathcote about the messages but she denied any wrongdoing.

On evening of June 25, she had been drinking and socialising with friends who lived nearby. Heathcote joined them for a while before returning home.

Michael O'Kane, prosecuting, said: 'She cannot recall how long Jason had stayed with them but at around 11.50pm she left her friend's house to go to another friend's house.

The father of one (pictured with his wife Ceri), an insulation engineer shouted: 'You f****** s**g, you f****** b****, you horrible w***e' at Mrs Heathcote before jumping on the bed and punching her as Mr Richardson shouted: 'It's not what you think'

The father of one (pictured with his wife Ceri), an insulation engineer shouted: 'You f****** s**g, you f****** b****, you horrible w***e' at Mrs Heathcote before jumping on the bed and punching her as Mr Richardson shouted: 'It's not what you think'

'She has known him for about four years and she is good friends with him. His door was unlocked and she went upstairs to find John who was asleep. She would not normally enter uninvited but as she was a close friend she let herself in.

'She confirmed that her and Mr Richardson were not in a sexual relationship.. 'She joined John inside the address and wanted to speak with him.

'She was lying next to John on the bed and had been there about 15 minutes when she heard footsteps coming.

'The defendant saw her and said, 'You f****** s**g, you f****** b****, you horrible w***e'. She shouted at him to stop and John said 'It is not what you think.' The defendant got up onto the bed, knelt on top of her and started to pummel the left side of Ceri's face.

'She was lying on her back and unable to protect herself. She cannot recall how many times he has hit her. But she said the defendant was going 'mental', as she puts it.'

He then stormed off after the pair managed to wrestle him away. Mrs Heathcote (pictured with Jason on their wedding day), in her 40s, suffered 'significant' swelling to the left side of her face under the eye socket which was said to be 'extremely sore'

He then stormed off after the pair managed to wrestle him away. Mrs Heathcote (pictured with Jason on their wedding day), in her 40s, suffered 'significant' swelling to the left side of her face under the eye socket

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