Watch! Woman Forces Her Man’s Alleged Side Chick To Eat Poop

Watch! Woman Forces Her Man’s Alleged Side Chick To Eat Poop. A video recording of a woman forcing her man’s alleged side chick to eat poop made rounds on the internet.

A video recording of a woman forcing her man’s alleged side chick to eat poop made rounds on the internet. The woman made the alleged side chick eat dog poop. The matter was reported at the Ravensmead police station on Tuesday. The woman has charges of intimidation, crimen injuria and assault against her.

In the video recording that shows the 27-year-old alleged side chick eating poop, the woman can be heard insulting the alleged side chick. The woman told the victim to eat the dog poop. The 27-year-old opened the bag full of poop and eats from it. “You are not going to get nausea and vomit here, can you see my place is clean,” says the woman. The alleged side chick is seen crying while she finds it hard to down the dog poop. The woman makes her take more dog poop.

The woman says, “Take another piece, you can choose which one you want – soft, hard, mushy or anything.” The victim went on to tell the lady that she has a sexually transmitted infection, however, she is HIV negative. The woman replied to her by asking when she’s going to the clinic . The girl tells her that she’ll be going to the clinic on Monday. The woman told her to go to the clinic immediately when she leaves. The woman says, “You make sure that you go to the clinic immediately and tell them I sent you. If you don’t go, don’t make me look for you.”

The woman was seen wavering around a chainlike object when she told the victim to go to the clinic. The woman in the video was a nurse at the Tygerberg hospital; she was reported to the health department. Laticia Pienaar, the Tygerberg hospital spokesperson, says the woman has been working in the hospital for the past four years. The hospital knew about the incident through social media. “Internal investigations are taking place to establish facts regarding this incident and to determine allegations of improper conduct. If any public servant is found guilty of improper conduct, it can lead to a dismissal from service,” says Laticia Pienaar.

by Alexandra Ramaite