Nairobi: Police arrest 18 people aged between 14-30 years ‘naked, with a camera’
Eighteen people were arrested on Sunday evening at an apartment in Nairobi’s Jamhuri estate for violating directives set by the government in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak.
According to police, all the 18 individuals were found naked in a house at Hurliqueen Courts Metropolitan and were in possession of a camera in what is suspected to have been a pornography shoot.
They were arrested following a tip off from one of the residents at the apartment.
“It was reported today 26/4/2020 at about 18.45 pm by a resident of Jamhuri that there was a party in a house within the estate. Police visited the apartment namely hurliqueen courts metropolitan house no. 4 and therein found 18 people all naked with a camera,” reads a police report on the incident.
The 18 individuals aged between 14 and 30 years are in police custody and are set to be arraigned.
They are also expected to be put under mandatory quarantine for 14 days at their own cost for violating the dusk-to-dawn curfew and directives banning social gatherings following the Covid-19 outbreak.
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