A Pakistani asylum seeker who smashed his wife with a hammer when she forgot to cook his dinner has been allowed to stay in Britain.
- Mohsin Akram, 21, repeatedly beat Mariam Hussain while drunk at their home
- He hit her with hammers, shouting ‘you’ve had your chance to be a good wife’
- The brute treated the 20-year-old British woman as a prisoner in her own home
- He was jailed for 15 months at Cardiff Crown Court on Friday but not deported
Mohsin Akram, 21, repeatedly beat Mariam Hussain while drunk at their home in Cardiff.
He battered her with first one and then two hammers, shouting ‘you’ve had your chance to be a good wife’ as she begged him to stop, saying that he was hurting her.
The brute treated the 20-year-old, who he met on Facebook and married to get a visa, as a prisoner in her own home.
He forbade her from leaving the house alone, owning a mobile phone or having access to the internet or social media.
Months of abuse culminated in the assault in their one-bedroom flat in the early hours of December 24 last year.
Full-time mother Mrs Hussain told a court how she was ‘bruised all over’…