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As promised, we continue with inside tales in the Usuzwile Mkhozi column.
By now you all know our new colleague Linda Moreotsene.
Well, she was supposed to get married at the end of this month. The wedding, though, was postponed to early next year.
You see, Linda, like PSL-Safa referees, has her morale at an all-time low. Reason, a small Valentine's misfortune.
Now, Linda is a great lover of baked beans, but they give her a bit of discomfort - a stomach-full of wind.
After a hectic Valentine's Day at the office, she left and decided to spoil herself not knowing "Brufen" (groom to be) had organised a surprise at home. After finishing her healthy serving of beans, Brufen called to say he will be collecting her from the garage, leading her to the surprise.
Reaching home, Brufen met her, blindfolded and led her into the house. As they entered the house, the phone rang and Brufen sat her down with strict instructions not to remove the blindfold.
As Brufen chatted away on the phone, Linda felt the gas build up in her stomach.
Assuming she was alone, she let rip of a thunderous blast. She let go a second and third equally loud ones.
Brufen came back, and on removing the blindfold, poor Linda found she was sitting among an embarrassed group that included her in-laws, relatives and Brufen's friends. She fainted on the spot.