Kitengele-based police made a surprise visit to a notorious strip club on Saturday night and arrested the manager after he was tipped off by members of the public.
Police officers in the company of Kajiado County Liquor and Licensing Committee Chairman Jonah Maraphash stormed the entertainment venue around 1am and arrested unsuspecting residents as a show. their agenda, wanderers don't expect anything to happen to them.
The entertainment venue identified as Homeland, located along the Namanga Expressway, was packed as several pretty women twirled around to tease drunken men who didn't want to miss the sight. look at the challenge. In the back left corner, men and women engage in sexual activity in public, which is also against the law. The rule is that no one is allowed to film sex scenes with mobile phones as it is against club policy.
Some residents have been caught smoking cigarettes, indicating that they do so openly when allowed by management. Young people who are having fun will feel the club on the weekend to find out what is going on there. One of the visitors said that the behavior in the club is immoral and unacceptable, he wants the necessary authorities to intervene and stop the behavior before it escalates.
Police ordered patrons to move out when it closed, and the event manager who brought the police in and fled again escaped the police net. It turned out that this company, in violation of the law, was doing business without a trade license.
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