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Kenya: Kisumu Asian tycoon in a major sex scandal,caught in the act.

Posted by African Press International on March 14, 2013

The notoriously amorous Kisumu based Asian business magnate,was ultimately caught red handed in a man’s house having “good time” with an African woman wife and beaten close to death, by the husband, in one of the estates bordering Moi stadium.

It all started when the youthful husband, who too, is of an African descent and a renowned businessman in the lakeside city, started receiving scanty information late last year over the illicit affair and consequently mounted a well oiled intelligence network, to bust and nab the newfound lovebirds.

The Asian Tycoon’s business premises in Kisumu-Kenya:

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And acting on a tip off from a reliable hawk eyed informant, the disgruntled husband was phoned that the libidinous Asian tycoon a Mr Bachulal has closed his shop for lunch break and that he is driving, with the first sojourn being the residence of his new catch, en-route to his house at the posh estate of millimani.

With his car-a fuel guzzler light blue pajero of KAH series- improperly packed outside the gate and unaware that the aggrieved husband to the immoral woman was privy to the offing marathon love making, the bespectacled Bachulal disembarked from the vehicle, adjusted his spectacle, bravely opened the gate and confidently proceeded to the house where he was whisked directly to the bedroom by the lady, who is a mother of three.

No sooner had he reached the midstream of the sweet natural game, than the husband who was breathing and spitting fire, flanked with the battery of journalists that he had alerted earlier over the shameful matter: Struck.

By-heart kicks, blows and other assorted weapons was rained on the besieged randy Asian from all angles by the jilted husband, that saw him screaming through-out like a fateful goat that has sensed its destined to abattoir and that its earthly days is numbered since its going to be slaughtered. Thanks to the promiscuous woman‘ athletic prowess, for she managed to slip and escaped the husband’s physical wrath, by a whisker.

And on a brief interview conducted by the scribes at the sour-love- scene as to why he is doing that : “I came here to sell my vehicle, she told me to come” he claimed while stammering and shaking visibly.

And pressed further, why the sale transaction had to take place in the bedroom with both the seller and would be buyer all in their birth suits(read naked): ”Tafadhali ambia bwana ya mama samea mimi! pana rudia tena! sisi yote wanaume! Please tell the husband to forgive me…i’ll never do it again….we are all men” Pleaded fruitlessly, the bulky Asian, who was a victim of a crime of passion, as tears roll down his chicks uncontrollably.

The ugly though consensual incident, left in its wake, a trail of broken household equipments and sexual paraphernalia (libido enhancers, condoms among others) spewed all over the house.

To non-starters, the amorous Asian whose sexual escapades has allegedly taken Kisumu city and its environ for decades by storm, is a man of repute and talent in a rare, though much loathed field. He has Single-handedly and successfully broken many marriages courtesy of his unrelenting extension of sexual overtures to married women, claimed further by those who are abreast to his immorality world.

Not left out in his alleged dragnet of unquenched thirst for pedophile operations, are the downtrodden minor female lot who are lusting for materialistic and luxurious lifestyle, but they are monetarily unsound. He showers them with niceties to the chagrin of the society.

By the time of going to the press,”the bull of Kisumu Asians” who deals with shell gases along Obote road, was reportedly bedridden, hospitalized, nursing servere bruises inflicted on him courtesy of a botched ex-marital affair.

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13 Responses to “Kenya: Kisumu Asian tycoon in a major sex scandal,caught in the act.”

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