Fracas as extremely h0rny man releases sp3rms before rap_ing neighbour in bush


A GWANDA man who tried to rap_e his neighbour has described his actions as revenge after accusing the complainant’s family of bewitching him.

The man aged 32 – who cannot be named as it would expose the identity of the victim – from Sibangani Village was not asked to plead when he appeared briefly before Gwanda magistrate, Miss Lerato Nyathi. He insisted on giving an explanation and when he was given an opportunity explained that the complainant’s family was using goblins to make him have se_xual interc0urse with the complainant at night.

“Your Worship I would like to explain my situation. The complainant’s family uses goblins to make me sleep with the complainant at night in order to gain riches. This has been happening for a while now. I therefore wanted to have my revenge and that’s why I did what I did,” he said.

He was remanded in custody to September 8.

Prosecuting, Mr Silent Shoko said the accused person tried to rap_e the complainant aged 20 on August 21 but he ejacu_lated prematurely.

“On 21 August at around 9AM the complainant was on her way from Sibangani Village to Pelele Village in the company of her younger sister when the accused followed them without them noticing. He approached the complainant from behind and grabbed her arms. The complainant’s younger sister ran away and left them behind.

“The accused person dragged the complainant into a bush where he forcibly removed her clothes. The complainant screamed for help but no one heard her as they were far from homesteads. The accused person went on to f0ndle the complainant. He then ejacu_lated before rap_ing the complainant,” he said.

Mr Shoko said the accused person warned the complainant against revealing the matter and he left her in the bush. He said the complainant went home and revealed what happened to her sister and together they proceeded to Guyu Police Station where they reported the matter.

— Chronicle

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