Villagers of Inyathi's Village 5 claim that a strange snake is "rapping" women, inflicting weak erections on males, and stealing their money as a result of bizarre happenings.
According to B-Metro, the snake belongs to a fellow villager who is exploiting it to gain money, according to some villagers.
One of the local said: Our husbands work tirelessly to feed the families, but we don't see the results since whatever money they earn simply vanishes into thin air without being spent, and this appears to be happening in many homes because everyone complains about it, which is why we assume this is someone's snake.
A hunter initially spotted the snake in a sack on a mountain. He then informed the local chief, who acted on the information, and they returned to the mountain, where they discovered the sack of used pampers.
When a self-styled Tsikamutanda was summoned to cleanse the hamlet, a whirlwind was said to rise and roam around until it came to a halt at the homestead of a woman suspected of being the owner of the snake.
Other locals were jealous of her family's success, the accused woman told the publication.
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