Woman drinks a whole bottle of wine off supermarket shelf – Video. A ‘thirsty woman’ drew the attention of the other shoppers in a supermarket when she chugged down a whole bottle of wine straight off the shelf. This thirst revolution will be televised!
The woman, who wasn’t identified at the time of going to press, swigged a 750ml bottle of rosé wine before she left the bottle on the shelf and nonchalantly walked away. While we are not sure if the wine was paid for or not afterwards, nor the circumstances leading to the imbibing of the wine, we have to say that was quite a feat.
Watch the video below and tell us what you think. Meanwhile, in unrelated tragic news, a security guard was gunned down while the other one was injured when 3 guards manning a business premise in Harare were attacked by robbers.
One of the robbers was clad in uniform and masqueraded as one of the guards. He was allowed into the premises before he disarmed the genuine guard on duty. His partner who was behind the building found his colleague lying down and sensed danger and tried to escape before he was shot and killed by one of the robbers who then stole a pistol from him.
The third unsuspecting guard was shot in the stomach as the suspects fled from the scene in a silver Toyota Porte. The driver of the Toyota later surrendered himself to the police claiming that his 2 accomplices who are at large hired his taxi and forced him to participate in the robbery. Investigations are in progress.
Source – iHarare
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Mapeza finally speaks out. Disrespectful players forced Mapeza out. A copy of Mapeza’s resignation letter was leaked to Sowetan’s sister publication The Herald yesterday. In it, Mapeza outlines the reasons for his sudden departure. “I hereby give the notice to terminate my contract with Chippa United with immediate effect,” Mapeza’s letter reads.
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