Sex worker strips 34-year-old man naked for failing to pay for Mashujaa Day services

By Abel Amala On Wed, 21 Oct, 2020 12:14 | < 1 min read
The client (pictured) denied having sought the commercial sex worker's services on October 20. [PHOTO | K24 DIGITAL]
The client (pictured) denied having sought the commercial sex worker's services on October 20. [PHOTO | K24 DIGITAL]
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    The woman said her client refused to pay her Ksh300 for her services, despite reaching an agreement on the amount before getting intimate.

Drama ensued in Kakamega Town on Tuesday evening (October 20) after a youthful woman, alleged to be a commercial sex worker, stripped her 34-year-old male client naked for failing to pay her Ksh300 for her services.

The two met earlier Tuesday, and spent a better part of the morning drinking alcohol before booking themselves into a Kakamega Town lodging facility.

The woman said her client refused to pay her Ksh300 for her services, despite reaching an agreement on the amount before getting intimate.

With the client cornered, embarrassed and helpless, eye witnesses, who knew the man, reached his Nairobi-based mother to help her son settle the debt.

The man’s mother said she had already sent her son Ksh2,000 as bus-fare to Nairobi from Kakamega.

“I won’t be surprised to learn that he used the money on alcohol and women,” the man’s mother said on phone before hanging up.

Seeing that the circus had no end in sight, one of the residents offered to pay the sex worker the Ksh300 that the “broke” client owed her.

The man, however, maintained that he never had sexual intercourse with the woman, and, therefore, there was no money that he owed her.

“I did not have sexual intercourse with her. She is my good friend. She is a nice lady, whom I have the greatest respect for. Out of that respect, I couldn’t sleep with her,” said the client.

The man was let go Tuesday afternoon after his “service-provider” confirmed receiving Ksh300 from a well-wisher.

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