Get on t0p of me: Woman films herself teaching her son (10) lulɑ lulɑ lessons, video goes viral


A Limpopo police constable has been arrested and faces disciplinary action after she allegedly rapǝd her 10-year-old son.

A graphic video of the incident was widely shared on social media on Thursday.

When the video starts, the woman who is filming herself and can be heard saying, “Wait, wait.”

Then, the fully nɑʞǝd woman continues saying: “Get on t0p of me, get on t0p of me!”

While she is busy filming, the young boy can be seen struggling to find a way to do what his alleged mum wants him to do, he says: “Ma, I don’t know how to do it.”

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The woman then continues opening her th!ghs so that the boy can penǝtrate her and then says: “Do it.”

The boy then strokes the woman while looking at the camera.

Provincial commissioner Lieutenant-General Thembi Hadebe ordered the Family Violence, Child Protection and Ƨǝxual Offences Unit to conduct an immediate probe into the incident.

“The actions of this woman are deplorable and deserve harsh condemnation … she should have known better that such unbecoming behaviour deserves harsh consequences.

“The South African Police Service does not have space for such people who tarnish its image,” Hadebe said.

The officer, whose identity cannot be revealed to protect the child, was arrested on 20 January and appeared in court on Monday. The case was postponed to 30 January.

She faced charges of rape of a minor child, creating and distributing child p0rn0graphy, and ƨǝxually grooming a child.

“Internal police processes have already kicked in following her arrest and will run parallel with the criminal investigation that has been taken over by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID),” said police spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo.

Mojapelo said the child had been taken to a place of safety, where he would be given psychological treatment and assistance.

IPID spokesperson Lizzy Suping said the incident was “very disturbing”.

She said they had launched an investigation and IPID would oppose the officer’s release on bail.

— News24/Daily Sun

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