Dynamos 'import quality' midfielder Fabrice Mbimba has torched storm after leaking a video clip showing him taking a bath.

In a 39-seconds clip that is circulating on social platforms WhatsApp and Facebook, Mbimba who joined the defending champions from Zambian side Zanaco in June, was filmed showing off his privates while seating in a bathing tab.

The po*nographic video has been greeted with fierce comments as fans register their displeasure over the player's conduct.

"Mbimba finds time to show the world his pen*s while Dynamos pays his salary. This has shocked the fans and executive. The video contains material that might be deemed po*nographic," posted popular Facebook user, Dembare DotComs.

"The Dynamos Executive must terminate that guy's contract with immediate effect," added Edmore Muronzereyi.

According to The Herald, Mbimba, who was 'imported' by Dynamos from DRC early this year, shot the video last month while having a nice time with a prostitute from Avenues, it is alleged.

In the video, he is aware of the recording as he positions himself to face the camera in the 39-second footage, exposing his little 'kadora' to the nation. There is indication that he recorded the video on his own and one wonders hat he intended to do with the po*nographic-related footage.

Yesterday Dynamos Secretary-General Webster Chikengezha said he was yet to get more details on the issue.

"I have just heard about it, the manager is yet to give me a report. Once I have received the official position we will see what action to take," he said.

Dynamos coach Callisto Pasuwa tore into his striker Mbimba and urged him to be more professional as the Glamour Boys powered to another crucial win in defence of their Castle Lager Premiership crown at Rufaro yesterday.

With major rivals Highlanders being held to a goalless draw by Buffaloes at Hartsfield yesterday, in Moses Chunga's first game in charge of the Mutare side, the Glamour Boys stretched their advantage over Bosso to three points.

While he delighted the crowd with his touches, Mbimba appeared to be playing to the gallery and this did not go down well with his coach.

"He is one boy who is a professional player and he needs to be serious. We brought him to score goals and he is toying with the ball in front of goal. We need to talk to him about it," said Pasuwa.

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