Saturday, 28 February 2015
Toyboy becomes stuck inside his married lover after suffering 'penis captivus' during sex… then crowd gathers to see after rumours it was caused by husband casting a black magic spell
- Police called when two people in South Africa became stuck having sex
- A toyboy lover of a married woman suffered 'penis captivus', reports said
- Crowds gathered outside an apartment that they were having sex in
- It was rumoured the husband had put a curse on his wife's private parts
- The spell is designed to make an adulterer become stuck
27 February 2015
Police had to be called in to restore order after a crowd gathered to see a cheating wife and her lover locked together during sex after the rumour spread that her husband had asked a witch doctor to put a curse on her private parts.
And although medical experts say the embarrassing experience was more likely a case of 'penis captivus', in which the woman's vagina had contracted too much and trapped the man's penis, they were unable to stop the rumour and the mob had quickly assembled.
Local media said that unfaithful Sasha Ngema, 34, had reportedly been romping with toyboy Sol Qoboza, 22, at a rented apartment in the city of Johannesburg in South Africa while her husband was away on business.
Police had to be called in to restore order after a crowd gathered to see a cheating wife and her lover locked together during sex after the rumour spread that her husband had asked a witch doctor to put a curse on her private parts
According to the story that spread like wildfire through the neighbourhood, they found they could not separate afterwards apparently because suspicious hubby Neill, 42, had gone to a witch doctor who put the curse on his wife's private parts before he left.
The spell, known as a muthi, is designed to make sure that if someone other than the husband tries to have sex with the woman in question, he will remain stuck until the husband returns to extract his revenge.
The shocked couple began calling for help, which soon turned into screams as they became more desperate for him to withdraw, according to local
Neighbour Priscilla Ndlovu, 34, said: 'At first I thought it was just the screams of sexual pleasure, but it turned out to be screams for help.
'I knocked on the door to see if everything was OK, and when I went in I saw him lying on top of her sobbing as she screamed to be freed.'
News of the curse quickly spread and by the time police arrived over 2,000 people had swarmed onto the street outside the apartment block demanding to see the cheating couple.
A police spokesman said: 'We had to use pepper spray to disperse the crowd as they refused to leave and were causing huge problems.'
Local woman Janet Pieterse, 35, said: 'Everyone was curious to see what was happening because although you always hear about such things you never see it.
Unfortunate: Medics said although rare it was possible that a man's penis could become trapped inside the woman in exceptional circumstances
WHAT IS 'PENIS CAPTIVUS'?
'The police's reaction was completely over the top.'
The couple were reportedly taken away by an ambulance that had been called to the scene.
It took the pair to a local hospital but local magic specialist Sangoma Mathabo Mofokeng said: 'No one will be able to separate them until the woman's husband comes back.'
However, medics said although rare it was possible that a man's penis could become trapped inside the woman in exceptional circumstances.
In October last year for example Italian media reported how a couple's plan for an outdoor romp in the sea ended in agony when they became stuck together during sex.
The Italian couple had reportedly taken advantage of a warm day and an isolated beach in the Marche region of Italy by going for a skinny dip in the sea, and embracing in a passionate clinch.
But the passion soon became embarrassment and pain when they realised they were unable to pull away from one another after sex at sea.
A woman who was passing by on the beach came to the amorous couple's rescue and called emergency services.
She handed them a towel to protect their modesty as they sheepishly scrambled back on to the beach, still 'as one' the newspaper reported.
They were taken to a local hospital, where a doctor freed them by giving the woman an injection to dilate her uterus.
Penis captivus is a rare occurrence in intercourse when the muscles in the vagina clamp down on the penis much more firmly than usual (a form of vaginismus), making it impossible for the penis to withdraw from the vagina.
Two papers published by 19th-century German gynaecologists Scanzoni and Hildebrandt, had dealt with cases of the condition. Scanzoni's patient was 'a completely healthy young woman, married for six months'.
She and her husband had to abstain from sexual intercourse because her intense vaginal contractions were 'most painful to him and... did on several occasions end in a spasm... which sometimes lasted more than ten minutes and made it impossible for the couple to separate'.
Thursday, 26 February 2015
“Leave my wife alone! I have put special muthi (medicine) in her punani!”
By This Is Africa on February 25, 2015
An unfortunate man who was involved with another man's wife ended up being unable to separate himself from the woman he was involved with last week Thursday. This is after he had ignored warnings from the woman's husband
Wednesday, 25 February 2015
It’s understood that Kenyans had until December to make the application . Those who have not complied with the changes are now subject to Visa regulations. Applicants whose passports do not have the vignette endorsed will now have to apply for leave to enter Kenya and pay the relevant fees applicable. What is not clear is whether once entry clearance visa is granted, the applicants will be subject to the current internal immigration changes barring foreigners from extending their leave in Kenya. It’s also not clear whether the same rules apply to children below 18 years.
As the summer and Easter Holidays approach, it’s important for Kenyans who plan to travel to Kenya to make enquiries at their nearest . It’s important to make sure that enquiries are made before hand because clearly Kenyan Immigration Rules have drastically changed and if one does not meet the relevant entry requirements will caught out by the changes.
Those who are in contact with the can lobby for an extension of time to adjust to the changes.
For more enquires, information or seek independent legal advice or contact the nearest embassy:
Sacking people through texts its nothing new.
But that is not the shocking part…
The Juja Member of Parliament is believed to have demanded sex from Wambui and when she did not agree to his demands, he gave her the sack via text.
Wambui who works as a secretary at the Juja CDF Offices shared the texts sent to her by the Juja MP on social media.
Here are the texts below:
” Ulikataa nikule hizo vitu na vile nazimezea mate. Now i am employing another person on your behalf. Hii dunia kila kitu ni nipe nikupe. Ken will give you the other details on how to to clear from the office. Goodbye” sent on 23/10/2014
”I can see even you are supporting Kabogo’s brother on that nonsense he posted on Kalimoni group. I thought of paying you through CDF because I removed you from PSC through anger even CDF you will not get. Nowadays it is unipe nikupe my friend.Dont think Kangethe will take you anywhere. Try and see” sent on 31/10/2014
” The worst mistake can be if you are used by Kabogo fanatics to spoil my name. All secrets from my office should be left there or else you will regret”
And this is what Susan had to reply to Waititu:
“I like that sir, As you can see I have not replied to your messages since the first one. I would rather be jobless than leave my husband and be a mistress. You own Juja but you don’t own Kenya. The same God who made you an MP without sleeping with anyone is the same God who will bless me. Do me a favor and leave me alone. Employ the ones who will sleep with you all you want mimi apana. And on Facebook I have the right to comment to whoever i want.”
Saturday, 21 February 2015
To achieve this, the malware hijacks the shutting downprocess — making it appear as though your Android device is shutting down. You see the animation, the screen goes black, but the phone is actually still on.
In this state, the malware can use the phone to send your messages to a third party, record a call or take a photo, essentially turning your phone into a device that spies on you.
AVG, which posted code excerpts showing some of the malware's functionality, names this threat Android/PowerOffHijack.A. According to the company, it infects devices running Android versions below 5.0 and requires root permissions in order to act.
The company spokesperson told us some 10,000 devices were infected so far, mostly in China where the malware was first introduced and offered through the local, official app stores.
The latest AVG antivirus products can detect this threat, but the company still advises users to take the battery out of their phone if they really want to be sure their phone is off.