Themba Mzolo (27) and his friend Sizwe Sibiya (29) claim their night of delicious promises ended in disaster! They were locked up in Themba’s house in Daveyton, Ekurhuleni with their belongings and their car was stolen.
They told Daily Sun they went to a club in KwaThema, Springs, Ekurhuleni about three weeks ago when they bumped into two gorgeous girls standing all by themselves.
Themba went to fetch booze from the car and Sizwe introduced himself to the beauties. When Themba came back, they convinced the girls to go with them to their house. At first, said the two guys, the girls weren’t that keen but eventually they left together.
“When we got to Themba’s place we danced and continued drinking,” said Sizwe. But that is when the women allegedly put their evil plan into motion and put strong pills in their drinks.
While kisses were being shared and clothes were being stripped off, the guys found themselves feeling tired – and soon they were fast asleep!Themba said he woke up at about 11am. “I thought I was dreaming when I opened my eyes and saw my 55cm plasma TV was gone.”
He checked the house and found his shoes, cellphones, clothes and money had vanished. But the worst was yet to come. When he looked through the window he saw his black Polo Vivo was gone. He couldn’t wake Sizwe and he had to deal with the trauma all by himself.
“The door was locked and I had to break out of my own house,” said Themba. Sizwe woke up about 6pm. Themba and Sizwe said they have learnt the biggest lesson of their lives. “Never trust a woman,” they said. After opening a case, Themba said he heard these women had done the same thing to other guys.
He showed Daily Sun a pill they found in the house, allegedly left by the girls. Daily Sun contacted Xola Mabunda (28) and Sandile Madonsela (26) from Tembisa, who confirmed being hit the same way by the same girls after they saw the pictures posted on Facebook by Themba.
Xola said they took the same girls from a club in Alexandra to his place in Thembisa. Later, his white Bantam bakkie and other belongings were also stolen. Crystal Park police spokeswoman, Tryna Maritz, confirmed a case of theft was opened and said the police were looking for the two women.
Gauteng police spokesman Captain Mavela Masondo confirmed another case of theft was being investigated by Tembisa police.
Masondo said anyone who spots the girls should report them to their nearest police stations or call Crime Line on 08600 10111.
Source : Daily Times