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Dispensary shut amid reports of ‘stuck’ couple

Police were on Wednesday called to disperse a crowd that had flocked Gichuru Dispensary, in Wangige, following reports that a couple was being treated after they got ‘stuck’ while having sex.

The residents surrounded the dispensary, even after the health centre’s administrators said  they were not treating any such case.

Journalists were even taken on a tour of the centre to prove that the couple was not there.

However, they were denied entry to one room, whose key allegedly got lost some time back.

The residents alleged that they saw the couple being dropped at the hospital in the morning hours.

“ I saw the two people being brought in a taxi early in the morning at around 7:00am. That’s why we want to see them. The people need our help,” shouted a member of the crowd. 

A section of the crowd that milled at Gichuru dispensary, in Wangige,  on February 26, 2014. PHOTO | VALENTINE OBARA
A section of the crowd that milled at Gichuru dispensary, in Wangige, on February 26, 2014. PHOTO | VALENTINE OBARA
Police at the Gichuru dispensary on February 26, 2014 following reports that the facility was treating a couple that got 'stuck' while engaging in sex. PHOTO | VALENTINE OBARA.
Police at the Gichuru dispensary on February 26, 2014 following reports that the facility was treating a couple that got ‘stuck’ while engaging in sex. PHOTO | VALENTINE OBARA.