MP tells women to stop wearing dirty, torn panties
05 April 2016, 11:03
Nakuru - Nakuru County women representative, Mary Mbugua has told Nakuru women to stop wearing dirty and torn underwear as they are shaming women.
Mbugua said that men have been complaining to her that most women are not keen on keeping their panties clean.
She added that when accidents occur along the Nakuru-Nairobi highway, most women are found with torn panties during rescue operations.
"It's bad for women to keep wearing dirty and torn panties. I better tell you so you can make sure everything is clean down there," she observed.
"We have been seeing in accidents women being rescued with torn and very dirty panties and that is a big shame to women," she added.
Mbugua warned women that they risk losing their men if they keep on wearing dirty pants.
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