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How sex worker stole Sh8000 from client

A sex worker has been charged with theft contrary to section 268 (1) as read with section 275 of the penal code after her suspected accomplices stole a mobile phone, car keys and Sh8000 all valued at Sh42, 695 from her client in Kasarani within Nairobi.

The accused person, who is a sex worker in the area, was charged with stealing the items from SMK on April 24 at around 1am after she took him to a house for an intercourse following an agreement.

SMK, who is an Uber driver, met the sex worker while on duty and they proceeded to an unfinished building where she was to offer him her services.

However, just before they started making out, a group of five men stormed the room and stole SMK’s belongings before taking off.

During the incident, SMK pleaded with the sex worker to beg the men to return his car ignition key and his house’s key but she declined.

He went to report the incident to security guards manning the premises but on return, he found the woman had vanished.

SMK later found the sex worker at the same point he had picked her and dragged the accused person to Kasarani police station where he made a report and the suspect was arrested.

She denied the charges before Principal Magistrate Lewis Gatheru of Makadara Law Courts.

She was released on a cash bail of Sh15, 000.

The case will be mentioned on May 31 before hearing starts on October 10.

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