ARNOLD Ndlovu from Mzilikazi suburb in Bulawayo is a disrespectful man who is apparently choosing the wrong way to show off what God gave him.
He is alleged to be in the habit of walking around the house nak_ed in front of his 74-year-old grandmother.
The Bulawayo Civil Court heard last Friday that Ndlovu was emotionally disturbing his grandmother Joice Ncube by allegedly staging impromptu st_rip shows in her house showing off his huge tool.
Ncube revealed this while seeking a protection order against her grandson whom she accused of breaching her peace.
The seemingly traumatised Ncube told presiding magistrate Tinashe Tashaya that she wanted her disrespectful grandson evicted from the house.
“Arnold Ndlovu is my grandson and we have been staying together since October 2017 following his return from South Africa.
“He is in the habit of coming home late very drunk especially at around midnight. He wakes me up to open the door for him and is also insulting me using vuIgar language saying I am a pr0stitute. He also becomes violent whenever he is drunk.”
“He is also destroying property in the house. Sometimes he walks around the house na_ked and donates food to his friends without my consent, not taking into consideration the fact that I am struggling to buy that food.
“I want him evicted from my house as I am tired of being harassed by him,” said Gogo MaNcube.
Ndlovu didn’t dispute his granny’s accusations before he asked for forgiveness.
When the magistrate asked him when he was prepared to move out of his granny’s house, Ndlovu said he was not prepared to do so since he was not employed.
His remorseful response didn’t stop the magistrate from granting an order which compels him not to verbally, emotionally abuse applicant and to vacate her residence.