Thursday, 17 November 2016

NOT IN ZIMBABWE



Police says pictures of a man in handcuffs holding a human flesh and of another with a swollen face said to have been beaten over bond notes were doctored.

Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi said people should use social media for constructive purposes.

“Police have looked into circumstances leading to the circulation of some photographs in Mutare to find out if there are any people arrested over feasting on human flesh.

“We are warning members of the public that are doctoring degrading pictures and posting them on social media that the law will catch up with them.

“No arrests have been made in Manicaland over such a case,” he added.

Chief Supt Nyathi said if there is anyone who was attacked over his views on bond notes, they should come forward to a nearest police station to allow the law to take its course.

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