Zambian Police Arrest Businesswoman For Alleged Indecent Dressing
The Zambia Police Service (ZPS) has captured Iris Kaingu, a resistance lawmaker and finance manager, and accused her of disgusting dressing with purpose to ruin the ethics of the individuals from the public in opposition to the laws of Zambia.
Kaingu was captured after an association calling itself the Association of Unemployed Youths (AUY) revealed her to the police.
AUY said Kaingu's direct was probably going to ruin ethics in opposition to Section 177(1)(a) Chapter 87 of the Laws of Zambia.
Kaingu sent tounges swaying after she went to Rihanna's Fenty excellence send off wearing a dark transparent outfit without a bra and dark clothing.
The occasion happened on 26 May 2022 in Lusaka. Kaingu is the brand envoy of Fenty excellence in Zambia.
Concurring toLusaka Times, Kaingu was confined at Kabwata Police station and will show up in court soon. The distribution revealed:
Specifics of the offense are that Kaingu, a Lusaka occupant, on May 26, 2022, in Lusaka while going to the send off of Fenty Beauty in Lusaka did, with aim to ruin ethics, dress revoltingly in garments that were preposterously uncovering.
In 2012, Kaingu was fined K10 000 after her capture and conviction for the offense of highlighting in an obscene video that became a web sensation on the web.
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