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Shame Woman steals money, hide it in her vagina (Graphic Photo)

A female thief who stole money from her friend and hid it in her private parts has been disgraced.

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Amanda Makusha, she of the fast finger play

Amanda Makusha, she of the fast finger

(Zim H-Metro)

A Zimbabwean woman identified as Amanda Makusha, was shamed when after she stole her friend's money and hid it in her vagina and doctors had to bring out the money which had gone into her uterus.

According to Zim HMetro,  Makusha who is from Mkoba region, was riding with her friend, Rachael Nyanyiwa, when she stylishly stole $40 from her bag and hid it in her private parts.

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This is what the site wrote about the theft:

“Makusha was given a lift by Nyanyiwa from town to Mkoba. On their way, Nyanyiwa was stopped by the police and they asked to see her fire extinguisher.

She was forced to get out of the car and show police the fire extinguisher which was in the boot.

The two proceeded with their journey and on the way, Nyanyiwa detoured to the service station for a fuel top-up.

She asked Makusha to give her a bag which was next to her as it contained the money she wanted to use. When she got the bag, she found the zip open, and the money was nowhere to be found.

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She asked Makusha if she had taken the money and she professed ignorance. Nyanyiwa did not believe Makusha and she drove straight to the police station and reported the matter.

Makusha was questioned by the police and she denied stealing the money. She was also searched by female officers, and even stripped naked and nothing was found on her. The police then referred Nyanyiwa for an extensive search by a doctor.

Left with nowhere to check, the doctor decided to check her ‘private pocket’ and the rolled $10 notes were recovered. She had pushed the money deep into her private parts and the doctor had to dip his fingers to retrieve the money."

See the graphic photo here.

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