A self-confessed pregnant hooker was on Wednesday arrested for extorting motorists who drive around Avenues area with unlocked doors.
Nyasha Makoni, 25, of Glen View was reported to have opened the door of a vehicle and jumped onto the passenger seat exposing her yellow thighs to seduce the motorist who was on his way to town. After her victim informed her that he was not interested in her services, Nyasha refused to disembark demanding payment for seeing her privates.
“I was driving along Seventh Street when the lady jumped into my vehicle since I was slowing down in a traffic congestion along Selous Avenue,” said the victim.
“She had a mini-skirt and wrapped herself with a cloth that she removed in my vehicle. Hanzi todii bamkuru masikati ano.
“I was frightened since I was not expecting it and I openly told her that I was not into prostitution but was on my way to Fife Avenue shopping Centre.
“It was after I asked her to leave my vehicle that she demanded payment accusing me of seeing her privates. “She must be looking for money to buy preparation for her baby since she is pregnant but mmmmm pakaipa.
“I threatened to take the issue to the police and she got hold of my steering wheel threatening to scream if I did not give her money.
“I complied and gave her $7 and she left and I proceeded to lodge a police report against her at Five Avenue police base.
“An officer accompanied me to where I had left her and got her arrested.
I do not want to pursue the matter but I want to believe men are being extorted daily by these ladies who are dotted around Avenues area luring men for sex during the day,” he said.
In an interview with H-Metro one of the ladies of the night only identified as Molly said some of the hookers are married women who lie to their husbands that they are employed at various low density suburbs when they spend the better part of the day luring men for sex.
“There is great competition among us ladies here in the Avenues and some of them are married women believed to be working as house maids,” said Molly.
“Vamwe vakashata vanouya husiku vanopinda nemagotsi mumota kana vamirirwa kana wemota akasafara naye havabudi vasina mari.
“We are charging $15 bond notes, $20 EcoCash or US$10 for a quickie,” she said.