According To The ZimDiaspora:
An explicit sex video of a Zimbabwean woman having sex in full view of her son has gone viral in Britain. The shocking sex video footage shows a young baby boy entering his mum’s bedroom only to find her mum stark naked on top of her boyfriend having sex.
The boy who seem not to be appalled by the sinful scene, suggesting that he is by now used to it, calls “mum, mum”, but is ignored by the undeterred mum who instead closes her eyes clearly enjoying sex.
The woman is believed to be living in Leeds and in the video; she speaks to her sex partner in indigenous Zimbabwean Ndebele language:
Speaking in Ndebele, the man says: "Sengiphos'ukuqeda [I'm about to finish]."
She briefly stops her activity and asks: "Uthi kunjani? [What did you say?]"
"Ngithi kanti wena awuqedi? Sengiphosa ukuqeda [I'm saying are you not ready to finish? I'm about to finish]," he explains.
A few seconds later, the man groans with satisfaction shortly before the woman gets off from on top of him.
She says ruefully: "Mhh, angiqedanga mina [I didn't finish]."
He reassures her: "Uzabuya usuqeda [You'll finish when you come back]."
She walks away as the video ends – presumably to attend to her son.
By Sunday [Jan. 28] afternoon, Zimbabweans from as far afield as South Africa, United States, Canada had seen the video which has stunned the entire Leeds community.
In the bedroom, the unidentified boyfriend continues shooting the video using his mobile fone during the act; in the process he films the desperate child. The intention of video-recording has not been established. It clearly shows some evil intentions as the boyfriend's face who filmed the act does not appear in the video.
Reliable sources told The ZimDiaspora the boyfriend also from Zimbabwe lives in Birmingham and had travelled to Leeds for the specific act. It is not known how long this has been going on.
A top British newspaper has however advised The ZimDiaspora not to identify the notorious couple due to stringent British laws on child protection.
“Identifying this woman may mean identifying the child which is a breach of the Child Protection Act”, a British Journalist who is an expert in media law told The ZimDiaspora.
“Obviously this is horrible and unacceptable, but the law ties our hands”, he said.
On Sunday [Jan. 27], The ZimDiaspora were exclusively informed that Social Service officials have visited the woman in question.
Anyone with further information on this story please contact The ZimDiaspora team on 07879949152.
Due to child protection I cannot publish the video.