Wednesday, 12 November 2014

A South African town residents outraged, vows to squeeze breasts in a bid to find a dead baby's mother

Residents in Uitenhage outside Port Elizabeth thronged out to protest after body of a baby was found dumped next to a creche. In a bid to fish out the culprit, the residents have vowed to comb out the culprit who covered the baby's body in a green cardboard and left it in an illegal dump site.

A resident, Gogo Nomisile Koba (63) told Daily Sun that “We’re going to squeeze every woman’s breasts and if there’s milk in the boobs, then we will ask her where the child is!” she also added that “The door-to-door operation will help us find the mother of the boy, "If we find milk in her breasts and there’s no baby, we will lay a charge against the evil woman!”. Another resident  Xolani Williams (41), said that Operation Cofa (‘press’ or ‘squeeze’) “will involve a team that will touch women’s breasts, house-to-house."

I hope they are able to fish out this mother... It should serve as deterrent to others.

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