Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Cop's Threesome Act With Prostitutes Brings Him Into Shame

A Shamva-based police officer yesterday brought three prostitutes to court accusing them of robbing him of cash after a foiled threesome sexual tryst.


The women, Tanyaradzwa Chidemo (22), Nokutenda Mulo (28) and Natasha Chakwenya (21) appeared before Harare magistrate Mrs Vongai Muchuchuti.

The trio pleaded not guilty to robbery charges.

In their defence, the trio said the complainant Simba Matandaware (33) wanted a threesome sexual tryst and offered $10.

“He had sexual intercourse with Chidemo and thereafter said he only had $2 and wanted to stay the whole night,” said Chidemo.

Mulo said Matandaware took long to ejaculate and they had a misunderstanding.

“He later alleged that we stole his property and I went to Mkwati Building to report him,” she said.
Cop's Threesome Act With Prostitutes Brings Him Into Shame
Chikwenya said Matandaware came for sex and later refused to pay.

Testifying as the first State witness, Matandaware told the court that the trio ganged against him, pestering him to pay.

“Mulo said they were calling Bla Sam and I feared for my life. I went out of the room and they closed the door,” he said.

“I threatened to call the police and they gave me my cellphone, jacket and they ran out of the room.

“I followed them and they attempted to enter into various taxis before fleeing. The following day they gave me my wallet but the money was gone.”

Matandaware left the court in stitches when he said he is not used to paying for sexual favours.

Prosecuting, Miss Paida Makuvaza alleged that on May 26 this year at No. 3 Castell Court located at the intersection of 5th Street and Samora Machel Avenue in Harare, Matandaware solicited for sex from Chidemo.

The pair agreed on a $4 charge per person for the short time threesome.

They allegedly went to Chidemo’s room and before they engaged in the act, Mulo closed the door while Chidemo demanded money.

It is alleged that Mulo forcibly took the police officer’s jacket containing $60, cellphone and wallet with particulars.

The court heard that Chakwenya ordered Matandaware to leave before closing the door.

Later Chakwenya threw the jacket outside.

Matandaware threatened to call the police and Chidemo gave him back the cellphone, but he reported the matter to the police leading to the arrest of the trio. Herald
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