zonkeu.com – Original Video Link Limpopo based SA Policewoman filmed accidentally in bed View here. It was taken by [email protected]’s mother and shows her forcing her son to stay with her. I didn’t give up when I said, “I can’t do this.” The woman began to spread her thighs and said.
An anonymous person said the boy in the video was concerned and needed to participate.
In her video, it is said that a South African police officer forcefully pretended to be with her, which she believed to be the mother of a boy who looked about 12 years old. At the beginning of the video, the woman is heard filming herself saying, “Wait, wait.
So the [email protected] perfect woman keeps saying, “Get up with me, get up with me!”
During filming, the young man tries to find a way to do what his mother thinks he is asking, saying, “Mom, I don’t know how to fix this.”
She opened her thighs for the boy to enter and said: Do this. The boy touched the woman and looked at the camera. The mother will be a police officer in Limpopo. Police Investigative Division (Ipid) spokeswoman Lizzie Sobbing said:
“This is concerning. Ipid has asked detectives to look into the matter so he can start his own investigation. The woman appeared at Marble Hall Magistrates Court on Monday 23 January and the case has been adjourned to next Tuesday 30 January to seek bail and bail,” said police spokesperson Mutlavela Mugabilo Limpopo. government to obtain it. He said the woman had been accused of rape, child prostitution and the production and distribution of child pornography. “The identity of the woman cannot be disclosed for the safety of the child,” she added.
VIDEO, Limpopo based SA police woman films
Mojapelo said the baby is in a safe place. He said he warned police to deal with anyone who commits juvenile crimes. #Notinmyname Secretary General Themba Masango said: “We are very saddened by this incident, a woman who is said to be the mother of this child went to abuse a man.
“We urge law enforcement to solve this case as quickly and consistently as possible. He must be charged and convicted accordingly.
Masango said he hoped the child would receive the necessary treatment and psychological assistance. Child psychologist Lerato Mokgeti said: “She is very worried. The level of child abuse in our country is alarming. There is a tendency to believe that men are not sexually abused, which is not true. Men and boys are also bullied which makes them afraid to tell such stories. “Children of all ages are vulnerable to abuse. As a society, let’s discuss this and be open about what happened. When parents see signs that their child has changed, they should make an effort to talk about it.