Some things are too private to be taken to the streets – or to a tavern. But these two were not worried that they were surrounded by a cheering crowd.
CLEARLY THEY DIDN’T CARE THAT THEY WERE BEING FILMED FOR ALL OF MZANSI AND THE REST OF THE WORLD TO SEE.
The name of the tavern where this real live P0RNO movie took place is not known, but apparently it comes from a tavern in Tshwane.
The woman, allegedly so excited at hearing her favourite song, could not control herself.
She stood up, pulled her skirt up over her hips, kneeled over the table she was sharing with friends and started dancing and twerking and yes… She was not wearing pant!es.
Then a male companion joined the action and started lick!ng her exposed punani. After a few wild seconds the woman turned around, sitting down on her n@ked backside, making it easier for the man to get his face between her open legs.
After about a minute, the two calmly sat down at the table, sharing a drink, leaving the crowd amazed at what they had just seen. The video has mostly been met with anger.
Refiloe Khunou, a cultural expert from Alexandra, said women who show their bodies in public are disrespectful.
“Irrespective of anything else, women, especially grown women, should respect their bodies,” said Khunou.
“We condemn this behaviour that seems to becoming the norm in our society.”
Pastor Faith Zulu said: “Godly women are not slaves to any substance, any amusement or any fashion or attitude that does not please their master in heaven. Women have involved themselves in lust and drunkenness. They should not do these things and not be enslaved to anything but Christ.”
Some Facebookers were disgusted by what they saw, while others applauded the two.
Some irritated social media followers on Facebook expressed anger over the video.
Tshepang Ramaedi wrote: “Once a pig, always a pig.”
Kagiso Mogale wrote: “Basadi ba bangwe gaba ikgatalele – meaning some woman don’t respect themselves.
Leshabe Rampedi said: “Eish, some guys. You put your mouth on shit.”
Dimakzo Motloung said: “Haole mosadi o tlameha ho ihlompha mxm,” which means: When you are a woman you must respect yourself.