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Startling Discovery: Elderly man and minor caught in compromising act in Bulawayo

A shocking incident unfolded near the Sauerstown suburb in Bulawayo, leaving witnesses speechless and authorities astounded. Alfred Ncube, a 67-year-old man, and a 16-year-old boy from a local school were apprehended while engaging in explicit acts in a bushy area. The incident took place in broad daylight, leaving onlookers stunned.

It was a passerby who stumbled upon the disturbing scene and promptly alerted the police. Responding swiftly, law enforcement officers arrived at the location only to find the illicit activities still in progress. Ncube and the boy, whose identity is being withheld for legal reasons, were so engrossed in their actions that they were oblivious to the presence of the authorities.

The pair was immediately taken into custody and subsequently appeared before Bulawayo magistrate Makelo Ncube. Both individuals faced charges of sodomy and pleaded guilty during the court hearing. The case was adjourned until January 25th for further proceedings.

Ncube, the older of the two, was remanded in custody pending the continuation of the legal process. On the other hand, the 16-year-old boy was released into the custody of his mother. However, the boy’s mother received a stern warning that if her son were to abscond, a warrant for her arrest would be issued.

The gallery was left speechless and stunned when the pair brazenly admitted that they were lovers.

The court heard that on Monday this week at around 530pm, an informer spotted Ncube and the boy in a bushy area near Sauerstown suburb.

They were reportedly stark naked while cuddling, kissing and performing ƨǝx acts on each other.

The informer reported them at Khumalo Police Station.

Police officers swiftly reacted and rushed to the scene where they caught them in the act and subsequently arrested them.

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