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Robert Mugabe’s Son In Court Over Vandalism

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During a house party over the weekend, Robert Mugabe Junior got very angry after learning that a gardener at a friend’s house had urinated on the wheels of his car.

He went on rampage and smashed high-end cars and property and house windows where they were having a party.

Police officers were called in and stormed the residence and arrested Mugabe and locked him at Avondale police station in Harare. He was arrested on allegations of destroying property, worth more than R200 000, at a house in the leafy suburb of Strathaven.

On Monday afternoon Mugabe appeared before court to face a charge of malicious damage to property.

It is the State’s case that Mugabe was a visitor at Nkathazo’s house. He had a heated argument with his friend’s gardener, whom he accused of urinating on the wheels of his car.

When he realised that Mugabe was angry, the gardener fled.

In a fit of rage, it is alleged that Mugabe broke the windscreen of a Mercedes Benz CLS and a Mercedes Benz E350D.

It is also alleged that he proceeded to damage various properties, including windows and household electrical gadgets.

The estimated value of the damage was U$12 000.

After the initial appearance in court, Mugabe’s lawyer, Ashiel Mugiya, told journalists the National Prosecuting Authority “has given the parties an opportunity to negotiate”, but charges were not dropped.

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