•In recent years there has been an increase in men exposing their genitals to women while traveling in public transport and it's disgusting.
Kenyan matatu culture has been hailed around the world for being among the most vibrant.
But with the vibrancy comes annoying habits from a section of perverted Kenyan men.
In recent years there has been an increase in men exposing their genitals to women while traveling in public transport and it's disgusting.
I have been a victim of such behavior.
It's shocking how such perverts comfortably carry out their trade.
The shocking thing is that most of these men are usually well dressed, one would not even imagine how badly their brains are messed up.
During the Morning show on Classic 105, female callers called in narrating their experiences and it's horrifying how calm these perverts carry out their trade.
*Nelly (name changed to protect identity)
"I once sat with a man and he was playing with his 'tool' I got so uncomfortable. and wondered why he could not finish his business at home."
*Stacy who lives outside Nairobi says her experience was so bad it left her traumatized
'I boarded a bus here in Nairobi while going to visit a friend.
There was this guy who kept looking at me so many times, kidogo kidogo the guy started slapping his thighs.
He then started moving his 'tool' and I was so freaked out.
All this time he continued staring at me, he even moved seats after I moved. There are people out there who are not normal."
"Maina these habits are there. I live in Mombasa and sometimes you see men ejaculating on a woman's bui bui. The problem is that you can not stop them because of the serious look they give you.
Ile ya 'mind your own business.'
I recently came to Nairobi with my wife and while in a Matatu a certain guy kept staring at my wife I had to warn him off.'"
Other annoying habits in PSV's include
- Men rubbing women's bosom with their elbows.
- Reading your chats while one is on their phone.
In case a man shows you his genitalia in a PSV please alert the other people so that action can be taken, lets stop normalizing such behavior.
What's your worst PSV experience?
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