Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr and his friends fell victim to muggers after leaving a club along Ngong road Saturday last week.
The social gaffer was tricked by a gang of youths who requested for a selfie only to rob him of his two phones, including an iPhone.
His friends were neither spared.
“This is the first time in Kenya that I have been attacked and lost a phone.
I don’t deny people selfies even if it’s a 1000 times. I wonder why someone would go into all that trouble for an old blackberry phone,” Kerr told the Standard.
“I reported the matter to the security officer at the club, but they asked for money, so I never even bothered to proceed to the police to make a statement.”
The Englishman is quite social and likes to mingle and take selfies with the people he meets regardless whether they support Gor or not.
He recently admitted to enjoying a walk from Kileleshwa to Camp Toyoyo for a training session.
Today I walked from Kilileshwa to Camp Toyoyo for practice. The amount of happy smiles, greetings, handshakes and Selfies from all kinds of people K’Ogalo or Not was truly amazing and this is why Kenya has amazing people. I’m home now and I’m still smiling Erokamano Asante Sana
— Dylan Kerr (@legend3) September 14, 2018
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