Policeman who inserted fingers into girl’s privɑtes claiming he was doing a virg!n!ty test jailed


A 41-year-old police constabulary has been sentenced to an effective three years in jail for inserting his fingers into a juvenile’s privɑtǝ parts claiming he was doing a virg!n!ty test.

Mengezi Phiri appeared before Bulawayo regional magistrate Mr Joseph Mabeza, facing a charge of ƨǝxuɑl assault after he inserted his right-hand fingers into the young girl’s privɑtǝ parts.

Prosecutor Mr Milton Moyo told the court that on 1 February this year, Phiri was called by the complainant’s grandmother to escort the juvenile and show him where she had slǝpt since the complainant had not slǝpt at home the previous night.

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Along the way, the complainant and Phiri engaged in a conversation and that is when he asked if she has had ƨǝx with anyone.

Phiri then told the girl that he was instructed to test her v!rg!nity and inserted his fingers into her privɑtǝs. After Phiri had been shown where the complainant had slǝpt, on their way back, he again asked the girl if she was indeed was a v!rg!n and noted it down in a book he was carrying.

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He then ordered the girl to take off her undǝrwear and spread her legs and then insǝrted his right hand fingers into her privɑtǝ parts and said he was done with his observation. On their return to the girl’s home the girl was asked to do a traditional v!rg!nity test by their neighbour and that is when she told the neighbours what Phiri had done to her.

Phiri was then called and asked about the accusation and he denied it leading to him being reported to the police. In court he admitted that he was not asked to check the complainant’s v!rg!nity but mentioned that he did not force the complainant to take off her undǝrwear.

He was found guilty of sǝxual molǝstation on his own plea and was sentenced to six years. Three years were set aside conditionally and he will serve an effective three years in prison.

— Sunday Mail

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