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Angry man pees in defaulter’s shop

By Mercy Oyaya | Aug 5th 2013 | 2 min read


Residents of Kisumu Ndogo area in Ongata Rongai, Kajiado County, were treated to free drama, albeit shameful, when a man angry at his friend who had refused to pay his debt got drunk and deliberately urinated on goods in his shop to express his anger.

The young man, perhaps broke and desperate, decided to act shamelessly hoping to secure his money from his debtor who kept telling him hakuna pesa (there is no money!) whenever he came to demand it.


Rumour has it that the shop owner and the young man were close business friends. On the day of the incident, the young man who claimed the shop owner had refused to pay his debt, decided to teach him a lesson by urinating at the door step of his shop and on goods on the shelve, scaring away bemused customers.

After pursuing the shopkeeper — by making countless phone calls that went unanswered — all day long, the young man resorted to unorthodox strategy to get back his money. To gather enough courage, he went and got drunk before embarking on his well planned mission. The furious man showed up at his friend’s shop and surprised passers-by and buyers when he pulled down his trousers, whipped out his weapon of mass procreation and proceeded to pee. He alternately directed the trajectory of his urine to different shelves in the shop.

An attempt by the shop owner to keep him away bore no fruits. When the shopkeeper approached him in to restrain him, he pointed the trajectory at him. When he ran out of urine, he went and ‘toped up’ by drinking himself silly and once his bladder was full, he staggered back and did it again and again.


Shockingly, the drunk never felt embarrassed exposing his ‘thing’ to the thoroughly entertained crowd that laughed their heads off at the shameful act. Realising the man was not ready to stop, the crowd appealed to the shopkeeper to give the drunk what belonged to him.

The  shopkeeper, who remained adamant and kept bellowing hakuna pesa, closed his shop without attending to the confused customers and left the drunk sleeping on the verandah.



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