VIRAL!!! Full Video Policewoman SA Di Limpopo films herself in bed. In the photo taken by [email protected] you can see his mother forcing her son to stay with her. Even when he said, “I can’t do that,” he didn’t give up. The woman started opening her thighs and said, “Do it!
The anonymous person said they were concerned about the boy in the video and should intervene.
In the video, it appears that a South African policeman, the boy’s mother, who appears to be around 12, is forcing him to stay with her. At the beginning of the video, a woman filming herself says, “Wait, wait.
Then the perfect woman [email protected] goes on. “Wake up with me, wake up with me!”
During the photo shoot, the young man can be seen saying, “Mom, I don’t know how to fix this,” trying to do what his mother tells him to do.
The woman opened her thighs to let the boy enter. The boy touched the woman and looked at the camera. The mother would be a police officer in Limpopo. Police Investigative Division (IPID) spokeswoman Lizzie Supin said:
“This is worrying. Ipid has asked investigators to look into the matter so an inquiry can be opened. He will appear in Marble Hall Magistrates Court and the matter will be adjourned to next Tuesday 30th January due to bail requests and government bonds . He said the woman was accused of sexual assault, prostitution, production and distribution of child pornography. “The identity of the woman has not been disclosed for the safety of the child,” he added.
VIDEO, Limpopo based SA police woman films
Mojapelo said the baby is in a safe place. He said police have warned that anyone who commits crimes against children will be prosecuted. #Notinmyname Secretary General Themba Masango said: “We are very saddened by what happened, the woman who is believed to be the mother of this child went to abuse a man.
We urge law enforcement to resolve this case as quickly and consistently as possible. He should be prosecuted and sentenced accordingly.
Masango said he hopes the child gets the care and psychological support it needs. Child psychologist Lerato Mugeti said: “She is very concerned. The amount of child abuse in our country is alarming. There is a tendency to believe that men are not sexually abused, which is simply not true. Men and boys are also afraid to talk about it because they are being bullied. “Children of all ages are vulnerable to abuse. As a society, we are debating and open about whether this has happened. Parents should make an effort to talk about what happens when their child shows signs of change.