Police have launched investigations into a bar brawl involving two female attendants and police officer in Embakasi.
The incident occurred after a police officer who went to Villa police canteen was joined by one of the female attendants identified as Lucy Mueni for a chat that did not go well with fellow attendant identified as Favian Nekesa.
“What began as a fun-filled night with a happy ending in sight, ended up in tears for a police officer based at Kware police station in Embakasi, who is currently admitted in a city hospital.
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The officer left his place of work after his shift and opted to enjoy the rest of the night irrigating his throat with a few swallows, at the Villa police station canteen. While imbibing his drinks he engaged one of the bar stewards who was serving him identified as Lucy Mueni in a hearty conversation.
Mueni appeared to have been smitten by the recently graduated officer as, she would sit next to him giggling in excitement, whenever she was not serving the rest of the patrons.
This however did not go down well with her colleague Favian Nekesa, who was seated behind the counter burning with rage, her eyes rolling in anger. Unbeknownst to Mueni, her colleague was equally attracted to the cop with an athletic physique and a neatly trimmed moustache.” Said DCI
Unable to control her anger, Nekesa attacked Mueni with blows and kicks before turning to the cop with projectiles before they were separated by fellow police officers.
The police and Mueni were taken for medical checkup and released before the police officer’s health deteriorated forcing his immediate hospitalization.
“The two injured lovebirds who had just met were then escorted to nearby Mukuru health centre for medical attention and allowed to go home. However, the officer’s condition deteriorated and at around 3am, he was rushed to a city hospital where he is currently admitted in stable condition nursing his wounds. Investigations into the incident have since been launched.” Said DCI