While making love in the car, a Zimbabwean headmaster was impaled and nabbed off cash and school car worth of US$50,000 Ford Ranger.
Two armed thieves were said to have taken the school’s US$50,000 Ford Ranger and cash from the headmaster of David Livingstone High School in Ntabazinduna, Zimbabwe. While having sex with his partner in the vehicle, Vusumuzi Nkiwane was allegedly stabbed and robbed of the school truck and cash.
The event occurred on September 1 in a wooded location near the United College of Education, according to Inspector Abednico Ncube. Armed with an axe and a knife, the two thieves pounced on Nkiwane and his partner, demanding cash and the car keys.
After being stabbed in the thigh by one of the robbers, the headmaster was forced to hand up US$455 in cash and R4,000 in car keys. The bandits dragged the headmaster and his lover from the car and fled in the Presbyterian school’s grey Ford Ranger.
Inspector Ncube advised people to have sex in lodges and motels rather than in the wilderness since going to the bush is extremely dangerous.
“These people could have used US$20 at a lodge than to lose a car which is estimated to cost US$48,000 and cash to robbers.”