It was like a scene from a horror movie when a popular ‘happening babe’ of the University of Nairobi, Kenya, turned into a big snake few minutes after a man said to be her sugar daddy, dropped her at her hostel residence.
Narrating the chilling incident, one of the victim’s close friends who witnessed the scenario said:
“Everything happened so quickly, she had just alighted from the vehicle and I saw her walk into her room. I was on my way to her room when I heard her screaming. I quickly pushed the door open an behold I saw her turning into a snake, on her bed, right before my very own eyes.”
Reacting to the news, authorities of the University of Nairobi has given strict warning to the female students of the Institution to avoid going out with strangers in order to avert a recurrence of a similar case. I hope they listen!
Meanwhile security operatives are currently searching for the suspected man, while the eye witness has been remanded in custody for further interrogation.
In a related story which happened in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, a woman allegedly turned into a snake during sex with her lover in a hotel room in Eket.
According to the report, a middle-aged man had taken a lady he met along a road in the town, to a hotel to have fun. Upon arriving the hotel, the pair sat at the bush bar and ordered for fresh fish pepper soup. According to the man, the lady opted for just drinks as she told him that she doesn’t eat sea foods. Instead, she opted for a bottle of red wine. After having few bottles of drinks, the couple retired to their room.
According to the man, she told him not to touch her head while they made love, telling him that she had a severe headache. When the show began, the lady started wriggling her body on the bed like a snake, the man said, but he admitted that it didn’t bother him ‘as he was enjoying the action.’ As soon as he finished and got up from her body, he noticed that her entire body was fast changing to a snake.
Overwhelmed by fear, he jumped out of the room unclad and raised an alarm which attracted both the hotel managers and others patrons.