International Woman sues ex-boyfriend, claiming his abnormally large genitalia "overstretched" her private parts

Woman sues ex-boyfriend, claiming his abnormally large genitalia “overstretched” her private parts

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A 29-year-old woman from Harare, Zimbabwe, is suing her ex-boyfriend after his “abnormally long” genitalia allegedly overstretched her private parts.

The woman, Silindile Mangena, expects her ex-lover, 37-year-old Mugove Kurima to cough up over USD $10,000 so that she can undergo reconstructive surgery.

According to the Zimbabwe Mail, Silindile lamented that her private parts were “tight” before she met Kurima, two years ago.

Revealing that she fell in love with Kurima in 2016, even though he was married at the time, Silindile indicated that she dropped him after she found that her private parts had been overstretched by Kurima.

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Silindile is now asking, through her lawyers at the Dakarai, Masendu and Partners law firm, to force Kurima to pay for reconstructive surgery in South Africa. The accused has yet to respond to the allegations made by his ex.

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