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Peeping Tom Flashes Landlord who was Changing Clothes

He unzipped his pants and approached her while holding his private parts

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Peeping Tom Flashes Landlord who was Changing Clothes

A startling incident unfolded in Bulawayo’s North End suburb when a man allegedly exposed his manhood to a tenant as she was changing clothes in her room.

According to a source who spoke on condition of anonymity, the tenant, a 25-year-old woman, was changing when Shayne Mafoche (24) reportedly peered through her window.

The woman was startled when she caught sight of Mafoche staring at her.

When the tenant noticed Mafoche looking at her, she confronted him about his actions.

In response, Mafoche insulted her and hastily made his way towards the door.

She confronted him, asking why he was peeping through the window while she was getting dressed.

He then hurled insults at her and rushed towards the door.

The source revealed that Mafoche then proceeded to expose himself to the victim in a vulgar manner.

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Peeping Tom Flashes Landlord who was Changing Clothes

He unzipped his pants, approached her while holding his private parts, and caused her to flee the room.

In a display of disgrace, Mafoche hastily concealed himself and swiftly departed from the scene.

Subsequently, the victim reported the incident at Kumalo Police Station, leading to Mafoche’s subsequent arrest.

Inspector Abednico Ncube, the spokesperson for the Bulawayo Police, confirmed the incident and emphasized that peeping Tom behaviour is considered a criminal offence.

Inspector Ncube told B-Metro:

Peeping Tom behaviour is a criminal offence. The suspect’s actions were unlawful.

When contacted for a comment, Mafoche answered his phone but denied any involvement in the incident despite being identified by witnesses.


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