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Knuckle rap for butt-slapping butcher

14 Feb, 2020 - 00:02 0 Views
Knuckle rap for butt-slapping butcher

B-Metro

Melissa Chekwa 

GIVE a handshake? No, give a spank!

Perhaps unsure of a way to introduce himself to a beautiful lady, Honest Moyo (43) didn’t think a handshake would leave a good impression to Thandiwe Mpofu (27) but a good spank on her buttocks would.

“I admit what I did and I know I was wrong but I wasn’t myself. I was very drunk and I had seen a beautiful lady in front of me. I couldn’t control myself,” said Moyo.

The unfortunate incident befell Mpofu when she went to see her younger sister who works at the Blue Lagoon butchery that Moyo worked at around 3pm. When she got there, the butcher at the front directed her to go to the kitchen to look for her younger sister but she found her gone.

As she made her way back, the same butcher approached her and allegedly threatened: “You were not supposed to be in this room. Now you will see.”

Feeling helpless, Mpofu tried to leave the place but the butcher reportedly called Moyo who instantly appeared at the scene. The butcher left the room leaving Moyo and Mpofu together.

“He came to me and started pushing me against the wall caressing every part of my body. I told him to stop what he was doing but he ignored me and told me he was going to pay me good money if I gave him a good time. He then shouted to the butcher to look out for anyone who might be coming.

“He continued pressing me against the wall, smooching my buttocks and breasts with his hands,” said Mpofu.

She was able to get off Moyo’s grip and ran away when she pushed him away from her.

As if Moyo’s thirst was unquenchable, he ran after Mpofu and gave her one last hot spank on her buttocks in the open.

“I ran to report him at ZRP Mzilikazi and the police accompanied me back to the butchery. He was still there and was arrested by the police,” said Mpofu.

Meanwhile, appearing before Bulawayo magistrate Shepherd Munjanja, in his defence, Moyo blamed his actions on alcohol and pleaded with the magistrate to forgive him and give him a lighter sentence.

He was remanded in custody to Friday.

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