"Dead" Hooker Jumps Out Coffin


"Dead" Hooker Jumps Out Coffin

BULAWEYO, ZIMBABWE - The vice girl reportedly collapsed during a sex session last week at the Manor Hotel in Bulaweyo.

Convinced she was dead, her shocked client called the police - who sent paramedics to collect the body.

But as they were loading the 'corpse' into a metal coffin, the hooker suddenly woke up screaming.

Local news reports claim she leaped from the casket, yelling: "You want to kill me, you want to kill me".

Terrified staff and guests at the hotel who had gathered to watch the scene unfold, fled in panic.

A source told Bulaweyo24 News: "It was like a movie. People were running away in different directions.

It was a scary incident because we were all convinced that she had died because she was just cold. Miracles surely do happen."

The shaken hooker - known locally as MaNdlo - was escorted home by another prostitute.

Source: TheSun 
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Prostitution in Zimbabwe, including solicitation, procuring, keeping a brothel, and being under 18 is illegal but thriving. The country's dire economic situation has forced many women into sex work.  (Ncube 1989)

In the 1890s the South African War dispersed the sex trade there, and consequently created new problems in what was then Southern Rhodesia. Public pressure led to the passage of immorality legislation in 1900.

Prior to independence (1980) colonial vagrancy laws were used against sex workers. In 1983 there was a major effort to eliminate sex work in post independence Zimbabwe by rounding up hundreds of women and detaining them till they could prove they were not involved in the trade, otherwise they were sent to resettlement camps. A number of women's groups supported this as strengthening marriage.

As with many African countries, the onset of HIV/AIDS dramatically increased the interest in sex work. (Mugaisa 2001)

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