Sunday, 24 July 2016

Cop loses US$60 to hookers

Casual sex between a cop and an Avenues hooker proved costly for the uniformed forces member after he reportedly lost US$60.


Three sex workers – Tanyaradzwa Chidemo, Nokutenda Mulo and Natasha Chakwenya – are standing accused of robbing Constable Simba Mutandaware stationed at Shamva Police Station after luring him into their apartment for a US$4 sex session.

This emerged at the Harare magistrates’ court where Tanyaradzwa, Nokutenda and Natasha appeared charged with robbery.

The trio denied the charges when they appeared before magistrate Vongai Guriro.
But Constable Mutandawashe insisted that the trio robbed him of his cash.
Cop loses US$60 to hookers
He said:
“It was at around 2am when I was at the corner of 6th and Central Avenue when the 1st accused (Tanyaradzwa) greeted me and I replied her.

“She asked me to go and have sex but at first I refused. I told her that I had no money and the cash that I had was reserved for beer.

“She sweet-talked me until we agreed to have sex for US$4.

“It was when we were at her apartment that she suddenly changed and started telling me that where on earth is sex offered at US$4.

“She said she wanted money to pay for rentals and for the upkeep of her children.

“I told her that I had not come to her apartment to pay rentals.

“It was again at that moment when the 2nd accused came in and pulled my jacket,” he said.
Tanyaradzwa denied the accusations saying:

“The accused approached me and said that he wanted to have sexual intercourse with me.

“I told him that I wanted US$10 and he said he had no cash. It was when I offered him ‘short time’ for US$6.

“Again he indicated that he had no cash until we settled for US$4. We then agreed to go have sex at my apartment.

“Whilst we were still having sex since he took long before he ejaculated, my friend came with her boyfriend and they wanted to spend the night together meaning we had to relocate to the kitchen.

“We then picked a misunderstanding since he was refusing.

“I then got hold of a condom which we had used, I gave him his jacket and he took some of his things which were on the sink including his wallet,” said Tanyaradzwa.

Nokutenda told the court that she entered into their apartment and found Tanyaradzwa and her ‘client’ having a dispute.

She said Constable Mutandaware was demanding a condom that they had used accusing Tanyaradzwa of intending to bewitch him.

“He was demanding the condom saying accused 1 (Tanyaradzwa) wanted to bewitch him.

“He started threatening her saying he was member of the CIO and he would deal with her,” she said.

Natasha also denied the allegations saying Constable Mutandaware was denying paying Tanyaradzwa for her services since he had not ejaculated.

“He refused to leave the apartment without the condom they had used while he was also refusing to pay.

“He actually wanted to pay US$2,” she said.

Asked in cross-examination on why he failed to pay US$4 for the sex session he had when he had US$60 in his wallet which he claims went missing, Constable Mutandaware said:

“I am not used to paying for sex.”

The State Paidamoyo Makuvaza had it that on May 26 this year Constable Mutandaware agreed to have sex with Tanyaradzwa for US$4.

They then reportedly went to her apartment where Nokutenda closed the door whilst Tanyaradzwa started demanding money.

Nokutenda reportedly forcefully took Constable Mutandaware’s US$60, phone and other valuables.

Natasha is also alleged to have snatched his jacket and gave it to the Tanyaradzwa.

Constable Mutandaware went to lodge a complaint with the police leading to the trio’s arrest.
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