Sis Bee squats in public to relieve herself

2013-10-20 10:00

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Generations actress Linda Sebenzo caused a stir when she relieved herself in public on Monday evening.

Sebenzo, who plays Phenyo’s mother in the SABC1 prime-time soapie, emptied her bladder on the pavement at the bustling Tinties shopping complex.

She had apparently been refused permission to use the toilet at the Bar Lounge night spot, because she didn’t pay the cleaners a R1 entrance fee.

Sebenzo, who, in 2008, was arrested at her Cleveland home, south of Joburg, in possession of Mandrax worth R5 million, arrived at the popular joint in a black Toyota RunX with a group of young women at about 6pm and parked next to this reporter’s car.

She and the women sat in the car with the windows open and merrily imbibed ale.

The actress, who played Sis Bee in drama series Gaz’lam and Maggie in Tshisa 3, intermittently popped her head out of the window to get fresh air, as the alcohol was beginning to take effect.

The other women sporadically stepped in and out of the car and walked into the bottle store in the complex to replenish their stocks.

Another young lady, believed to be Sebenzo’s daughter, used the public toilet next to the braai area. But it was locked after 8pm and customers had to use the bathrooms in the Bar Lounge.

After a while, the visibly sloshed Sebenzo staggered out of the car and fumbled her way to the lounge’s entrance. She returned after being apparently turned away because she couldn’t pay the R1 they demanded.

The women who remained in the car opened the front and back doors, and Sebenzo knelt down, lifted up her black and orange dress and used the tarmac instead.

Customers who were drinking in their cars hooted at her to stop but she ignored them and continued, asking: “Mina ngenzeni?” (What must I do?).

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