PEOPLE might forget where they park their cars or where they live but never do they run out of ideas when the se_xual urge announces itself.
Such was the case of two married lovers bent on cheating on their partners when they decided to take their act to a bush on the outskirts of Bulawayo on Solusi road.
The two walked from Nkulumane to their rendezvous but little did they know that B-Metro is omnipresent.
They didn’t even bother to check if the coast was clear of other people as they found a comfortable tree.
Without wasting time, it was by all standards a quickie as the man went straight for his pants dropping them to knee level.
The woman also knew the drill, she upped her skirt and dropped her military green undies and bended as she waited for her partner to engage.
For sometime, roughly five minutes they went about their “deed” thinking they were being watched by “cock-a-doodle-doo” singing birds only.
B-Metro’s long lenses were the last thing the lovers could ever imagine.
They were to realise that there was a human set of eyes and an electronic gadget when the woman accidentally stepped on a thorn and she winced in pain.
When she was repositioning to re-engage with her sweating lover, she saw the news crew and panicked.
“Please don’t beat us up,” she said.
Probably she had seen some video where people are beaten up by those that find them having se_x in the bush.
“Delete the footage, I am married,” she added as the man nodded in agreement.
“It’s our first time,” added the man.
In their negotiations the woman added that she was in an abusive marriage and her lover was an “escape to bliss”.
The B-Metro crew left them to carry on but this reporter is not sure if they continued or not.