Sex clip causes social media outrage

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Sanco regional chairwoman Connie August said everyone who is involved in abusing young girls must face the wrath of the law.             Photo by Misheck Makora
Sanco regional chairwoman Connie August said everyone who is involved in abusing young girls must face the wrath of the law. Photo by Misheck Makora

VIDEO and audio footage of young girls being exploited for sex has caused an outrage on social media.

A video of scantily dressed girls, believed to be between 13 and 16, has made many people angry. They appeared to be inside a house, reportedly in Parklands, Cape Town.

In an audio clip on Facebook, a mother and her friend are heard interrogating a young girl. The girl can he heard saying she and her friends were recruited to have sex with men for money. The men were said to host the girls from Thursdays to Sunday, where sex orgies, drugs and alcohol were consumed and sold. The girl told her mother the men paid them up to R2 500 for unprotected sex. And, they were allegedly recruited by women.

In the voice note, she said a man named Latino slept with her and her friend, while one of them watched.

“The man said I must watch them as he was going to do to me what he was doing to my friend. When they were done, he went to the shower, then came back and slept with me wearing a condom,” she said.

The girl said after sleeping with the first man, she slept with another one multiple times, without a condom.

The South African National Civic Organisation’s Cape Town regional chairwoman Connie August said they were devastated.

“We consider this as statutory rape. We want those individuals to face the law. We appeal to the government to intervene,” she said.

Warrant Officer Joseph Swartbooi said cops were not aware of this.

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