A man had the shock of his life after it turned out the prostitute he had taken home for a good time was male.
The man, Meddie Kamoga from Bulaga in Central Uganda, was attracted to a beautiful “woman” who introduced “herself” as Muwanguzi after he spotted “her” in the bar he had gone to have a drink.
He seduced Grace by buying her chicken and alcohol until she accepted his request to go home with him.
The man took a motorcycle, and upon reaching his residence, he discovered that he had wooed his fellow man to his house.
He immediately took him to the police station, demanding a refund of the Ush 35,000 (KSh 1,216) he had offered her for service that night, on top of the money spent on drinks and food.
He explained that Muwanguzi was wearing a cute dress and makeup that made him get attracted without taking a second guess.
Muwanguzi was arrested after telling police that he was forced to act so as to solicit money from unsuspecting bar customers.
“Finding a job as a man is very difficult, and every time I go to a place to ask for a job, they always confuse me for being a woman, to the point of wanting to undress me as proof. I always get money from these men, and when it is time to pay it back in kind, I avoid them by telling them I’m busy,” he said.
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