Angry Mob Forces Habitual Thief To Drink Pubic Hair And Blood Mixed Concoction After Catching Him Red-Handed Stealing
In a rather disturbing development, an angry mob forced in Mutare has forced a habitual thief to drink a concoction of herbs and pubic hair after catching him red-handed stealing.
Liberty Muchagumisa a habitual thief who claims to be invisible when he commits a crime was last week caught red-handed as he left a victim’s house in Chikanga Suburb.
According to a source privy to the development, on the day of the incident, Muchagumisa arrived at a Chikanga house soon after the house owner only identified as Martha had left for church last week on Friday.
Muchagumisa allegedly dressed in Martha’s clothes and stuffed some clothes inside the ones he was wearing to make them look like hips and breasts.
He even had the guts to prepare himself a meal on fire outside the house and performed some house chores before he left.
However, luck ran out for him when he was intercepted by alert neighbors on his way out while still wearing Martha’s clothes.
After close scrutiny, his weird dressing sold him out as neighbors realized that he was not Martha.
Muchagumisa was cornered, people searched Martha’s yard and discovered cups filled with a concoction that looked like blood. The cups were placed close to the gate and door. Pubic hair was also found close to both cups.
The angry mob demanded to know what was in the cups. That is when he revealed that those were the herbs he uses to avoid detection at crime scenes. He also told them that he mixes his pubic hair with the herbs.
According to Manica Post, initially, residents had hesitated to attack him after he claimed that he uses juju to sneak in and out of people’s houses without being dictated.
However, some daring residents pounced on him and forced him to drink the concoction that was mixed with his pubic hair.
He is lucky to alive, as the police who were nearby swiftly moved in to save him from a thorough beating from the mob.
Muchagumisa is currently in police custody charged with theft. He is expected to appear in court soon
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