Bulawayo dance group engages in ‘threesome’

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THREE members of a teenage Bulawayo dance group allegedly agreed on having a “threesome” following a dance competition after taking beer and dagga.

Two teenagers appeared before Bulawayo magistrate Mrs Adelaide Mbeure in connection with the matter and were remanded to November 15 for provision of a trial date.

The pair pleaded not guilty.

The two accused persons aged 18 and 16 were charged with having sexual intercourse with a minor aged 15 years.

The girl is in Form Two.

Prosecuting, Mr Nkathazo Dlodlo said last week on Friday, the complainant left home under the pretext that she was going to school.

She boarded a kombi at the school gate and went to Queens Park East where accused one aged 18 resides.

The court heard they had a dance competition which ended at around 4PM.

After the dance competition ended, the other dance group members proceeded to their homes and the complainant remained with the two accused persons.

“They went to buy beer, smoked dagga and cigarettes. Two accused persons went to accused one’s bedroom and discussed about having a three-some. They all agreed and the complainant slept between the two boys,” said Mr Dlodlo.

“Accused one allegedly had sex with the complainant with protection. He had a cramp in his leg and the other accused helped him to a chair in the room.

“Accused two also had sex with complainant once with protection.”

The court heard that the 18-year-old boy asked to change the condom and slept with the complainant again until she told them she wanted to sleep.

On the following day at around 8AM, the three heard that the girl’s mother was looking for her child, and she left for her house at around 2PM.

The court heard that the girl slept in the toilet in her home until the following day when her mother took her to her sister who interviewed her about what had transpired.

The complainant opened up to her sister who accompanied her to the police to report the matter leading to the arrest of the accused persons on the following day.

The complainant was referred to Mpilo Central Hospital for medical examination.

Source: The Chronicle

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