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Woman attacks suitor for sexually eyeing her

By Nelson Mandela | July 14th 2015 at 11:37:44 GMT +0300

A  Dallas hotel worker in Kisii town had a rough Thursday after he was roughed by a fellow worker on sexual abuse claims. The man, a waiter, had been pursuing the cashier lady for a while but his efforts  landed on a deaf ear.

According to lady, the man had persistently sought her but in the long run only came to hate her, hurling insults  at her in public.

She further said that the man had now made a habit of demeaning her in front of fellow workers even her boss. On the fateful day the man as usual launched a series of insults against the cashier, something that sparked outrage in her. Heated debate ensued between the two amid chants from onlookers. The man unable to contain his anger he slapped her who then retaliated by descending from the counter and pouncing on the young man in rage.

Armed with a pen she attacked the poor waiter who was rescued by fellow workers. Funny enough the boss at the hotel was among spectators who were watching the free movie.

The lady has since never been seen again while the suitor has now become the laughing stock at the hotel after losing a fight to a woman.

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The incident sparked tension at the hotel as some clients left the hotel for security purposes.

Confirming the incident Kisii police boss Simon Kiragu has warned men against cases of sexual abuse as it is an offence. “Men should cease the habit of sexually harassing women as it is an offense and actionable in the court of law” said Kiragu.

Cases of sexual harassment have been on rampant although many go on unreported.


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