Prostitute arrested for seducing magistrate in court

Prostitute arrested for seducing magistrate in court

magosha has been left wailing and crying after she got a magistrate angry by trying to seduce him in court.

It was drama at the Magistrate’s Court on Monday when a prostitute arrested at Moonshine Brothel, located in the CBD attempted to seduce a young magistrate but failed by making faces at him.

However, the magistrate was terribly angry as a result of the lady’s attempt. The lady identified as Princess from Bloemfontein, who is said to be very pretty had thought that magistrate might be charmed by her beauty as she was trying to seduce him.

Explaining what happened, police sources revealed that Princess was reportedly brought before the magistrate and granted bail, but when the case came up for hearing last week Friday, she failed to show up, prompting Magistrate Joseph to order her arrest.

It was learned that police effected her arrest and took her to court on Monday to give reasons why she did not show up in court on the day of adjournment as requested by the magistrate.

A police source said Princess, who did not give any tangible reason for her failure to appear in court, started making faces at the young magistrate, hoping that the man might be carried away by her beauty.

However, the magistrate was infuriated by her action and ordered that she be sent back to prison.

A clerk in one of the courts said: “No sooner had the magistrate given the order than Princess let out a full throated cry, grabbed the magistrate’s legs and started pleading for mercy.

“She caused pandemonium in the court hall and other adjoining courts as litigants and lawyers rushed out to find out what was amiss, thinking that something tragic had happened.

“I thought somebody had been sentenced to death for murder or related offence. She was just playing the antics s*x workers are used to and nothing more.”

At the end of her cry, she was calmed down by her colleagues, who led her into the waiting prison van and was taken to prison as ordered by the magistrate.

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