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Newly 'married' couple gets stuck for 2 days during intercourse

by Staff reporter
26 Sep 2013 at 17:57hrs | Views
A Hope Fountain couple on the outskirts of Bulawayo who decided to dump their partners for each other reportedly got stuck to each other for two days after the woman's ex husband allegedly used 'runyoka' on her.

It is suspected that the bitter Owen Phiri uses supernatural powers to try and win back his estranged wife, Silibaziso Moyo, who had eloped with a neighbour, Samson Nyathi.

A villager who spoke on condition of anonymity revealed that when Moyo and Nyathi moved together to the latter brother's homestead, Phiri got wind of their whereabouts and approached them.

"When Phiri got to the homestead where the two were staying, he first talked to Nyathi and warned him to stay away from his wife if he did not want to be in trouble. Nyathi took the threats lightly and started shouting at Phiri and even got the support of Moyo who ditched him in front of his rival," said a source.

The bitter Phiri reportedly told the lovebirds that their relationship was not even going to last a day before leaving. On the night in question after all the drama, the couple did not separate after playing the adults bedroom game.

"Nyathi and Moyo were stuck to each other for two days. On the following day after the drama, Nyathi's brother is the one who discovered that the two were practically 'one flesh'.

"At around 1pm, the brother decided to check on the two and after knocking, his brother ordered him to break the door as they could not open for him. He got the shock of his life after peeing through the window. The brother rushed to look for a traditional healer but he failed to separate the two," added the source.

The couple was reportedly left with no option but to confront Phiri and when he arrived at the homestead, he laughed at the two before warning them to end their relationship.

"Surprisingly, he never touched them, but after he had left they miraculously separated," said the source.

When contacted for comment, Phiri confirmed that his ex-wife got stuck to her new lover for two days, but said he was not responsible for the rare occurrence.

"I do not know what caused that, but they say after my departure they then separated and since that day my ex wife has moved to Bulawayo," he said.

Nyathi had no kind words for his rival.

"Phiri is evil and our relationship failed because of him. That was so cruel of him," he said.

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