A sexual act between Makomborero Mazowe and his secret lover Cindy Vhutuza ended in tears as the former passed away right during the act in their parked car in Chitungwiza.

Car sex ends in tears as cop dies during intimacy with MSU graduate

“I assisted him (with a hand job) but he never discharged instead he got into a trance as if he was having sex and produced an unfamiliar sound. Then he was dead just like that…”

A MARRIED policeman died on Sunday evening while having sexual intimacy – in the form of a “hand job” – with his girlfriend who has revealed the shocking moments before the cop passed away why “too turned on”.

26-year-old Cindy Vhutusa, who recently graduated from the Midlands State University (MSU) in Gweru, says she was only trying to help her lover Makomborero Mazowe, the cop she only met in Harare in July as she was job-hunting.

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The horrific incident happened as the two lovebirds were in a parked car at Chirunga Shopping Centre in Chitungwiza’s Unit K suburb, right close to a local police camp.

Mazowe worked as a police officer and was based at Tomlinson Depot in Harare. Vhutuza says he told her he was recently divorced and she only found he was married after his death.

The Masvingo lady also says she refused to have sex with Mazowe as she insisted they had to be tested for HIV prior to any intercourse. But because Mazowe insisted they do something as he was too turned on, she says she agreed to do a hand job on him.

“Mazowe wanted to have sex with me but I refused arguing that we had to go for HIV testing first.

“I assisted him but he never discharged instead he got into a trance as if he was having sex and produced an unfamiliar sound,” says Vhutuza, aged 26.

“He insisted saying he was too turned on and opted to find a relief through a hand job.

“I assisted him but he never discharged instead he got into a trance as if he was having sex and produced an unfamiliar sound.

“I became frightened and called for help from a passer-by. I sought help from a licensed driver to take us to a doctor but we did not get one,” said Vhutuza.

“He once told me that he had high blood pressure and heart problems.

“When he died his body was in the car for the whole night while people were waiting for the Criminal Investigations Department homicide department,” she added.

The deceased Mazowe’s body was in the car for the whole night as CID Homicide took long to attend to the scene.

Hours before the dramatic death, the two had spent quality time listening to music in the car with nothing much to eat as they were broke.

“We spent the better part of the day talking and listening to music. We had no money so I collected dried ground nuts and a water melon and that was that.

“I was behind the wheel when we parked the car at the shops close to a police station,” said the former MSU student, adding that she still feel some love for Mazowe.

“I only learnt that he was married after his death. He told me that he had separated with his wife and he would communicate with me calling during odd hours.

“I only learnt that he was married after his death,” Vhutuza laments, adding that she somehow still loved him.

“I am emotionally spent and struggling to accept how my love ended in such a way,” said Vhutuza.

Vhutuza, who hails from Masvingo, says she met Mazowe near Africa Unit Square sometime in July this year and they exchanged contacts. One thing led to another and they started chatting late at night leading to the love affair.

Meanwhile, police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi has confirmed the death saying investigations to establish cause had since begun.

Mazowe joined the police force in 2003.

“Police is investigating death of a police officer in Chitungwiza.

“The deceased was in the company of a woman in a parked car at Chirunga Business Centre,” he said.

Meanwhile, a post mortem is now being conducted to ascertain the cause of his death. A relative told HourlyHits.com that Mazowe will be buried in his home area of Bindura later this week. He joined the police force in 2003.

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