A video of an elderly woman yanking off a woman’s miniskirt in Nairobi CBD has gone viral across various social media platforms.
In the video which was shared by a Twitter user only identified as ‘TheTvPlug,’ the elderly woman who is dressed in a long skirt and matching kitenge top is seen grabbing the skirt of a woman dressed in black.
The woman who was caught unaware jerked off and dropped what seemed like an official blazer. It is not clear if she ran away as she disappeared from the short video clip.
The elderly woman then screamed and abused the lady telling her to pick up her clothes as she walked away along Moi Avenue.
Several Kenyans who took to the comment section said that is was not her (elderly woman) first time to do such a thing.
Some said that she claimed to be a prophetess and is mostly located along Mama Ngina street harassing women who wear short skirts and calls them prostitutes.
Most Kenyans, however, did not agree with the elderly woman’s way of handling issues saying that she should be charged with harassment.
Huyu matha ameamua watu wa kuvaa skirts hawatakaa na amani???? pic.twitter.com/QYQxXC44Uj — ???????????????????? (@TheTvPlug) December 4, 2019
Aki I've been her victim. I was so shocked, it took me a while to realize what had just happened. Shame on her. — lucym (@lnmwangi) December 4, 2019
I have seen this woman (well sijui kama ni yeye yeye) but alikuwa tu na propaganda ya skirts fiti kwa fast food flani tulikuwa tunakula lunch. Si tulitukanwa juu ya kuvaa short denim skirts ???????????? .. — Cera ???????? (@Its_Mariga) December 4, 2019
Public nuisance should be removed from the streets and returned back to the asylum she escaped from !!
@DCI_Kenya we have a woman going around attempting to strip women in Nairobi CBD. People have shared her possible locations on the thread. Do your thing — Soshi (@daidey) December 4, 2019
Wouldn't be surprised if she using that to do something wrong.... Doesn't add up.... That's harassment and social media police is watching — Peri Peru (@peru_peri) December 4, 2019