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Married policewoman , taxman stuck during sex at Beitbridge lodge..Picture

The border town of Beitbridge was yesterday, Monday, 28 October, gripped by the news of a taxman and a married policewoman who allegedly got stuck during sex at a local lodge.

The names of the two have been supplied and efforts to get a comment from them were futile.

However, the story did not just get the serious attention of ordinary residents but councilors and senior Police officer were also gripped by it. Some councilors actually drove around the town in a bid to establish the truth.

The case happened at a lodge in the Medium Density Suburb. Sources said the two booked in the morning and were whisked away from the lodge by friends just before midday.

Officer Commanding Beitbridge District, Chief Superintendent Tichaona Nyongo said he heard the story.

“Yes I heard about the matter in the morning but am yet to get finer details,” said Nyongo.

The two were taken to the hospital and later to a local surgery and they have not been separated.

It is alleged that the taxman stays with a second wife and his first wife is staying at the rural area.

Full details as information unfolds.



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