KFC de­liv­ery man guilty of ex­pos­ing his gen­i­tals

Daily Dispatch - - News - By ZWANGA MUKHUTHU

AN EAST Lon­don KFC de­liv­ery man has been found guilty of ex­pos­ing his gen­i­tals to a woman cus­tomer when he de­liv­ered her or­der to her home with the zip of his trousers open.

Wonga Tham­bo­dala, 34, of Ama­linda was yes­ter­day morn­ing sen­tenced to two years cor­rec­tional su­per­vi­sion on charges of ex­po­sure/dis­play of gen­i­tal or­gans to another per­son.

East Lon­don Re­gional Court mag­is­trate, Nomthandazo Vabaza, handed down the sen­tence, adding Tham­bo­dala could ap­peal it in 14 days if he deemed the sen­tence un­fair.

The state ear­lier led ev­i­dence of how, on the day of De­cem­ber 14 2015, a Vin­cent res­i­dent had placed an or­der tele­phon­i­cally with KFC.

It was de­liv­ered by Tham­bo­dala in his mo­tor­bike to her home.

The woman told the court of her shock when she paid for her or­der and be­gan walk­ing back to her house.

She told mag­is­trate Vabaza that Tham­bo­dala ad­dressed her from her back and asked “what else can I do for you?”

She said when she turned to ask what he was on about she no­ticed Tham­bo­dala’s pe­nis pro­trud­ing from his pants erect.

She said he asked her again: “What help do you need?”

The vic­tim said she be­gan run­ning hys­ter­i­cally and her screams caused a ten­ant to come out of the house to in­ves­ti­gate.

She re­layed the story to the ten­ant who then found Tham­bo­dala stand­ing out­side the house with his trousers un­zipped.

The de­liv­ery man had tried to jump on top of his bike to flee but the ten­ant blocked him and called the Cam­bridge po­lice. Po­lice ar­rived on the scene and ar­rested him. He pleaded not guilty in his trial.

In his de­fence Tham­bo­dala said he had not but­toned his trousers by mis­take. He went fur­ther on to say his gen­i­tals could not have been vis­i­ble as he was wear­ing un­der­wear.

Vabaza dis­missed his ex­pla­na­tion in favour of the vic­tim.

The Satur­day Dis­patch un­der­stand the in­ci­dent left the vic­tim so trau­ma­tised that she later re­lo­cated.

Tham­bo­dala has been or­dered to re­main in­doors dur­ing the night and only leave his house for work. — zwangam@dis­patch.co.za

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