The house of British Indian businessman Shrien Dewani, who was acquitted by a South African court of charges of ordering his wife’s murder, was vandalised after his return to Britain, a media report said.
White paint was thrown over the driveway of the businessman’s gated property in Bristol’s Westbury on Trym, Mirror Online reported Thursday.
It is not known if Dewani was home at the time of the attack, the report said.
Dewani, 33, was accused of ordering the murder of his wife, 28-year-old Anni Dewani, who was shot on the outskirts of Cape Town in November 2010 during the course of their honeymoon.
Deputy Judge President Jeanette Traverso of the Western Cape High Court dismissed the case against him, after describing evidence from prosecution witnesses as “riddled with contradictions”.
He was extradited to South Africa to face trial in April this year.