Lady CHARGES Lover 1,000 Cedis For TEARING UP Her Expensive Panties,Waist Beads At Kwahu Easter

This year’s Kwahu Easter celebration was big. But it was a regrettable event for one renowned businessman who incidentally tore the panties and waist beads of a lady at Obomeng.

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The man, married with 3 children is said to have visited the Kwahu Ridge with the lady he met just two days to Easter at a chop bar in Accra.

Kasatintin.com gathers that the two lovers, then agreed to spend the Easter holidays in Kwahu together.

According to sources, the two lovebirds decided to lodge at a guesthouse when they finally touched down in Kwahu-Obomeng on Thursday evening.

It appears the weather was very cold so the lovers decided to make love as a way to keep their body warm.

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Sources say the overly excited lover had as much as 12 rounds of sexual intercourse before 4am the next day.

‘It was more of a challenge when the couple checked in at their room. The man promised he was going to fire the lady 12 times but the lady wanted more’, claimed a source.

Kasatintin.com’s investigations reveal that the man accidentally tore up his partner’s panties when he had the opportunity to ‘service the engine’ of his big butt fiancee for the first time.

As if that was not enough, the man also tore the lady’s waist beads when he was about to climax at the fourth round of s€x.

The lady is now asking the man to pay one thousand Ghana cedis (GHC 1,000) for ‘damaging’ her expensive panties and waist beads.

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Men can be silly sometimes. He has also his lover to calculate and refund every penny she has enjoyed from the relationship before the end of the month or else he will curse her generation.

This is how Kwahu oo, Kwahu Easter can put people in big trouble.

SOURCE: Kasatintin.com

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