Bes­tial­ity dens, strip clubs to be raided – KFCB

The Star (Kenya) - - Counties Coast -

The Kenya Film and Clas­si­fi­ca­tion Board and po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing the soar­ing cases of bes­tial­ity, film­ing of pornog­ra­phy and the rise in the num­ber of strip clubs in Mom­basa. CEO Ezekiel Mu­tua (pic­tured) said a re­port on strip clubs and bes­tial­ity will be ready by Thurs­day. He said girls are paid peanuts to en­ter­tain rev­ellers by hav­ing sex with dogs, while some are also filmed com­mit­ting such acts. Bes­tial­ity is be­ing pro­moted by for­eign­ers, the KFCB boss told the press on Sun­day in Mom­basa. “Once we catch them, they will know there is a gov­ern­ment in this coun­try,” Mu­tua added. He said the gov­ern­ment will not al­low such ac­tiv­i­ties. “Let them go and do it where there is no law or where such kind of ac­tiv­ity is per­mit­ted. In Kenya, sex with an­i­mals or against the or­der of na­ture will not hap­pen,” Mu­tua said. He said such film­mak­ers “can make noise until the cows come home” but the board will not per­mit them to film such ac­tiv­i­ties. “There is not go­ing to be film pro­mot­ing rad­i­cal­i­sa­tion, pornog­ra­phy or bes­tial­ity in this coun­try,” Mu­tua said. He said the Board does not im­ple­ment its own zealot or re­li­gious be­lief but will fol­low the law to chal­lenge the acts. “The level of im­moral­ity has come to a point where for­eign­ers are get­ting ex­clu­sive vil­las to shoot porno­graphic videos,” the KFCB boss said. He said vil­las have been raided and cul­prits ar­rested. The CEO said he has met the county com­mis­sioner and po­lice bosses and they have agreed to ar­rest peo­ple in such busi­ness. In 2013, eleven women were ar­rested for hav­ing sex with a Ger­man shep­herd in Nyali, Mom­basa county. A for­eign tourist was ar­rested for film­ing them.

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