The residents of Makuyu area in Murang'a county are in disbelief and shock after a teenage girl was found dead at a lodging. The hotel management reported that the girl had spent time with elderly man-hours before the mysterious death.
The management and neighbors informed the police who arrived swiftly at the scene. They collected the dead body and began an immediate operation to search for the man who had spent time with the girl.
According to Lemiso Sato, who enjoys a massive following in social media, Reports by the police department found sex-enhancing pills at the scene.
In the comment sections, netizens were surprised that this time around, it was the lady dying and not a man.
"Today it's a flip side story, this should go to the Guinness world record." CK Kirwa
"Today it's another way around," Birgon
Such cases have been reported in the past, however, in most cases, the male gender dies after using the sex-enhancing pills. Should this case sound like a warning to women? Let's discuss.
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