Dramatic scene was witnessed for the better of the day in Kamanamsim in Litein whereby a 31-year old man was busted red-handed by residents in the act of merry making with a calf belonging to his sister-in-law.
Kennedy Lamar, the culprit was found by the owner of the calf identified as Fancy Langat who later raised alarm to inform the whole village of the incident.
According to the DCI, Fancy heard her calf groan from the cowshed and walked stealthily to find out what was happening. Peeping through the door knob, she was shocked to see Lamar naked and walking away from the calf which is barely 6 months old.
Confirming the incident is the area chief who said that such an incident has never occurred in his locality and assured stringed measures will be taken against him The culprit was saved by the police from the wrath of the angry mob which was baying for his blood.
He is currently being held at Litein police station awaiting to be arraigned in court.
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