A bank worker is actually jailed for life for murdering their spouse in a bid to get rid of her exposing their homosexuality.
Jasvir Ram Ginday, 29, from Walsall, attacked Varkha Rani at a steel pipeline for their house from the hoover.
He strangled her then burnt her body in a garden incinerator, Wolverhampton Crown Court heard.
Judge John Warner told the court Ginday had struggled ”being a homosexual man in a right world”. He told him he’d provide at least 21 years in prison.
Ginday, of Victory Lane, had flown to hold back their arranged wedding to Varkha, 24, from Asia, at a lavish ceremony attended by up to 700 site site visitors 12 months that is last.