Two Women wanted for Sexual Abuse for Forcibly Twerking against an Unsuspecting Man in a supermarket
It may have happened thousands of miles away from Kenya but does it really warrant police attention?
Washington DC Police are hunting two women on suspicion of sexual abuse after they were caught on camera forcibly twerking against an unsuspecting man in a shop. Well, back here in Kenya most men may find it least offensive. Kenyan men have been branded team mafisi for their insatiable appetite for women.
CCTV footage from inside the shop in Washington DC shows the scantily clad women harassing the man as he attempts to pay for goods.
One woman, dressed in a skintight black and white patterned mini dress and heels, is seen backing up and trying to grind against the man’s groin area as he talks on his mobile phone while holding money.
The man moves away from the first woman before the second woman, dressed in an equally skimpy pink outfit, tries to touch him repeatedly while attempting to grab his phone and cash.
The video also shows her putting her arm around the man’s waist and trying to kiss him before he squirms away.
Police are now hunting the two women, who face charges of third degree sexual abuse following the incident at the New York Avenue store at around 4pm on October 7.
Third degree sexual abuse includes inappropriate touching and “involves actual force, threats putting the person in fear of death, bodily injury or kidnapping,” according to DC statute, the Daily News reported.