A Zimbabwean man, who is an Uber taxi driver, is recovering in Tygerberg Hospital in Cape Town after his manhood was mutilated by a man who suspected he was bedding his wife.
The man, Richard Chipatiko, was allegedly kidnapped by the woman’s husband, identified as
Richman Tinashe Majoni, on Monday.
Majoni together with his accomplices held Chipatiko hostage and severely tortured him during the ordeal.
A source who is privy to the whole story told IZIM that Majoni is a businessman who owns a butchery called Woza Meat in Happy Valley, Cape Town.
He alleges that Majoni arranged for Chipatiko to ferry his wife to and from work as he would be tied up with his business.
Majoni then got wind that the man he arranged to transport his wife was now also servicing her.
He then teamed up with his friends and allegedly kidnapped Chipatiko.
Majoni and his accomplices went on and cut out the foreskin from Chipatiko’s manhood while filming the horrific act.
The video, which IZIM has seen, cannot be posted here. The victim suffers excruciating pain as he gets cut in the absence of tranquillizers.
The perpetrators sent the gruesome video to his wife and allegedly demanded R50,000 ransom to get her husband back alive.
The video went viral on social media prompting other Zimbabweans to launch a manhunt for Majoni and his evil friends.
On Thursday, Majoni was spotted by the incensed Zimbabweans in Cape Town who beat him up before surrendering him to the police.
Pictures of Majoni with a rope tied on his neck went viral on social media as the Zimbabweans in Cape Town celebrated the capture of Majoni.
Majoni’s wife has reportedly gone into hiding ever since allegations of a ransom demand surfaced prompting others to think she may well have been in cahoots with her husband.