According to an article in the MetroWest Daily News, a Framingham man broke into a home on Charles Street last week and discovered his wife taking a shower with another man. According to the defendant’s lawyer, the defendant and his wife were at their own home earlier that night. Around 1am, the defendant heard a knock at the door. His wife apparently left the house shortly after the knock and the defendant followed her. He managed to track his wife to the Charles Street home and, once there, heard noises that sounded like two people having sex. He then reportedly broke a window in the basement of the house and entered, confronting his wife and the man in the shower. The wife, once caught, reportedly ran through the house naked and climbed through a second floor window to get away. The man jumped to the street and ran away as well, also without his clothes. A third individual – the man’s sister-in-law and the owner of the house – found the defendant in the kitchen. He apparently repeatedly asked “where’s my wife?” in response to the woman’s questions. The defendant was ultimately found outside of the home, “distraught” and holding onto his wife’s clothing, which he had apparently taken from the house. He was charged with unarmed burglary and malicious destruction of property over $250.