A CAR washing bay at Kwahu Mpraeso in the Eastern Region turned the quiet town on its head with scantily dressed girls washing vehicles and attending to customers.
Twisting and turning to music blasting from a sound system, the girls danced seductively attracting cheers from a crowd that had gathered.
Some supporters of the New Patriotic Party who were on a health walk temporarily abandoned their walk to give their eyes a feast.
Some overly excited young men in the crowd run over to the girls and started fondling the girls who also responded, rubbing themselves against the men.
The crowd went wild, with some shouting “I have a motorbike wash it for me; I’m bringing my car, wash it and wash me too and please wash my bicycle.” Others took to taking selfies with the girls.
Meanwhile, the Ghana AIDS Commission has been conducting tests at the Kwahu Paragliding site. By 10am on Saturday morning, 173 people had done the test with all of them posting a negative result.
A testing officer, Mr Lord Ofei-Darko, told Showbiz that the test is meant to encourage the public to know their HIV status.
“Knowing your status would ensure that you take extra care in protecting yourself and that of others,” he said. He said all the tests had turned out to be negative.
He urged the public to know their HIV status to ensure that they know how to sexually relate to people.
Source: Graphic Showbiz