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MANZINI – A man has been arrested for allegedly indecently assaulting a woman aboard Zulu Kaya Lami after spraying her with his semen on Friday.

The suspect Bheki Shongwe (28) of Mantabeni area had boarded the bus to Manzini from Mbabane when while standing next to *Lucy (27) inside the bus he allegedly had an erection and later sprayed the seated passenger.

The shocking incident happened as the bus was passing Elangeni towards Manzini and it turned out that when Lucy boarded the bus which was already full, Shongwe who, was seated, stood up in showing respect for the fairer sex. Lucy sat and thanked Shongwe for his kindness not knowing what he had in store for her.

The shocked woman, who was surprised by seeing Shongwe’s private parts, could not believe it when she saw drops landing on her shoulder and she did not waste time, but went to report to her friend who was at the front what had just happened. The friend reported the matter to the bus conductor and they went to investigate. Shongwe did not hide what had just happened.

Mduduzi Malindzisa, a marshal at the bus rank, confirmed the incident and said when they asked Shongwe what was wrong with him he told them that he was on his way to see a prophet on the sickness. “He confessed to us that he has a high libido and once he sees a sexy woman he just released semen uncontrollably.

“He said he was on his way to see a prophet to help him with this problem and that is when we decided to take him to the police station, where he was arrested,” Malindzisa said. Apparently the woman was not wearing a mini skirt, but those who saw her said her skirt revealed a bit of her thighs as she was sitting and he is said to have told the police that his zipper was not functioning properly.

He is said to have told them that it was easy for his private parts to protrude. Shongwe was charged with indecent assault and he yesterday made a brief appearance before Principal Magistrate David Khumalo who remanded him back into custody till next week Monday for trial. This was after he had been granted bail fixed at E1000, which he had not paid by the time of compiling this report.

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