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The man is mine!


by newzimbabwe.com


 

 

 

 

These two unidentified women from a small mining town in Zimbabwe were caught fighting over an illegal gold panner.
The entertainment-starved small town had fun for the day. Most of the people who came to watch, did nothing to stop the fight. When a sister to one of the women intervened (see girl in white top in picture 3 and 4), she received a thorough beating from the two women. The fight ended only after the women got tired and were almost naked. With noone to comfort them, not even the gold panner, they had only themselves(picture 5). This is what they should have done in the first place - befriend each other.