Crime

Four arrested over suspected homosexuality in Buikwe

Ssezibwa Regional police spokesperson, Hellen Butoto confirmed the report. PHOTO/COURTESY

BUIKWE, (UG): Police in Buikwe District are detaining four people arrested on Saturday night over suspected gay and lesbian sex activities at Cloud 9 Massage Parlor in Bukaya West Zone, Njeru municipality.

The four suspects who include Nantume Patricia, 26, the owner of the business, Nawasasira Hope, 20, Kibirige Douglas, 25, and Kirumira Denis, aged 27, were arrested in a raid at the parlour on Saturday night.

Ssezibwa Regional Police Spokesperson Ms Hellen Butoto confirmed the report and a S3X toy popularly known as a Vibrator, two packets of shisha flavor, bottles of oils used for either massage or lubricant (for anal sex), and camera tripods (camera stands) were among the items seized by police during the raid.

The arrest of the quartet followed a tip-off by a worker at the massage parlor who became concerned by the alleged illegal activities at the facility.

“A female informant tipped the area defence secretary that suspected acts of homosexuality were being carried out, especially with Indian clients as their most-preferred clients,” Ms Butoto said.

“This sparked off a misunderstanding between the informant and her boss, who later ordered men to undress her, after which she was reportedly thrown outside the gate, naked,” she added.

It is alleged that the Palor owner (Ms Nantume) has an artificial phallus which she has allegedly been using on female workers, and later posts recordings on Tiktok and other social media platforms to attract more clients to the facility.

Ms Butoto says the informant told police that she was trafficked from Mbarara to Buikwe district three months ago after being promised Shs500,000 to work in a massage, sauna, and salon, but she was allegedly lured into lesbianism and prostitution.

Police say the informant further revealed how the owner of the business has an artificial p3nis (a vibrator), which she also uses on the ladies who are working at the massage, and she captures the video, which she posts on TikTok.

The scene was well documented, and four suspects were arrested to help with investigations.

The arrest of the Buikwe quartet follows the signing of the Anti-Homosexuality Bill by President Museveni, which has since triggered a backlash from the Western allies, including the United States and the World Bank, which has since suspended new funding to Uganda in retaliation.

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