Goats, prostitutes in sex war!

THE MAGOSHAS complain that goats disturb them while they are servicing their customers.

But the owner of the goats complains it’s the other way around. “THE MAGOSHAS ARE CORRUPTING MY GOATS!”he fumed. The crumbling building has been used as a poking place by magoshas for at least five years but last year, goats invaded the place, looking for grazing.

The magoshas were furious – they said the goats are bad for business. “They come here when we are working. It upsets our clients and it upsets us,” said a magosha. But the owner of the goats, Poelo Molefe (22), said the magoshas were a bad influence on his goats. “Every time my goats get to this place they start poking,” he said.

“I guess they see this place as an area for sex.”

Poelo said the horny men and the magoshas who come to the spot in Caleb Motshabi, Mangaung, Free State throw rocks at his goats. And Poelo has another problem. “Goats eat anything and my main concern is the used condoms lying around in the place where they graze,” he told Daily Sun.

“I am faced with other challenges too. My goats are being chased away by flying rocks from women and their clients.”

When Daily Sun arrived in the area, the goats were heading for a room with a big sign on the wall that said: “sex place, f*ck place,” in red capital letters. There is no evidence that goats can read but it is as if they understood the instruction on the wall, because some of them immediately started poking!

The magoshas were not there. They were standing on the other side of the road. “My goats love the trees and grass. I can’t deny them the fresh food,” said Poelo. A magosha said one of her best clients told her he didn’t want a sharp goat’s horn in his backside. “These goats come in while we’re poking and just stand there looking at us. “They won’t go away when we chase them,” she said.

Another magosha, who called herself Mankuni (24), said the bells around the goats’ necks were doing more harm than good. “Last week I was busy in that room when my client heard the sound of bells coming closer.

“He jumped up and ran away without paying,” she said.

“These goats are killing our business!” – Daily Sun