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Cry as man leaves sex worker phoneless, with Ksh6000 bill inside Umoja bar

By Nyaboga Kiage On Thu, 9 Sep, 2021 11:45 | < 1 min read
Umoja signpost. PHOTO/COURTESY

A commercial sex worker has come out to narrate how she was dumped inside a bar in Umoja, Nairobi County.

Dorine Atieno in her statement after differing with the owner of the joint said that the man walked out of the bar just after the bill had reached ksh6000.

She said that the man walked out as if he was making a call only to vanish never to go back.

“The man also made away with my phone plus that of my friend. We only realised it after he took long to come back,” Atieno told K24 Digital.

Atieno said that she met the man in the bar while she was busy working and he opted to buy her drinks.

According to her, she called her friend and they started enjoying the drinks as they made fun and held talks about life generally.

She said that she was willing to take light duties within the premises in order to raise enough cash so as she can foot the bill.

“I am willing to work within the bar and raise money that will see me offset the bill. I was really perturbed by what happened,” said Atieno.

Such cases of people failing to foot bills in the country have been on the increase.

It all started during the COVID-19 pandemic that has so far claimed thousands of lives.

If taken to court with such a matter, the accused are usually slapped with heavy penalty fees.

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