A RANDY man from Nketa suburb in Bulawayo has been fined $200 by a magistrate for rubbing his manhood against a woman’s buttocks during Independence Day celebrations at White City Stadium.
Thulani Mhlabi, 37, appeared before Western Commonage magistrate Tancy Dube facing an indecent assault charge. Mhlabi had pleaded not guilty claiming Nomazulu Nyoni, 23, of Entumbane suburb, made up the indecent assault allegations.
“For your act of indecency you’re going to pay a fine of $200 and failure to do so will attract 60 days imprisonment. “Six months will be suspended on condition that you don’t commit a similar offence in the next five years,” said Dube.
Mhlabi, the court heard, unzipped his trousers and rubbed his manhood against Nyoni as she was following proceedings on April 18.
Nyoni told the court that she suddenly felt “unusual heat” on her buttocks and she turned around only to find Mhlabi rubbing his manhood against her.
Sibekithemba Dube, prosecuting, said the incident occurred at around 2PM.
As crowds joyfully celebrated 36 years of independence from white colonial rule, Mhlabi is alleged to have given his sizeable member forbidden freedom to colonise Nyoni’s ample rear.
Dube said: “Mhlabi proceeded to where Nyoni was and stood behind her. He then unzipped his trousers and pulled out his manhood which he pressed against her buttocks.”
The prosecutor told the court that Nyoni immediately alerted police officers on patrol at the stadium and they arrested Mhlabi.