This Man Was Gang Raped At Gun Point By Three Women, Then Things Got Even Weirder

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A 33 year-old South African was abducted and raped by three women, and the reason why is completely bizarre.

It started when the man was approached by three women in a BMW asking for directions. He stopped to help them, but then things got bad quickly.

“As he was busy pointing out the directions, one lady came out and pointed a gun at him and forced him into the car,” said Constable Mncedi Mbombo.

The women then drove him 500 km away as they fondled him the whole time in an attempt to arouse him. Unfortunately for them, he was far too frightened to become erect, so they had to try a new strategy.

One of the women pulled out a mysterious substance and ordered the man to drink it. Whatever was in it, it quickly did the trick.

“They then forced him to drink an unknown substance from a bottle,” said the constable. “This got him aroused quickly even though he was still scared and didn’t want to have sex.”

The women then took turns repeatedly raping him, taking his semen and storing it in plastic bags. They then placed the bags inside a large cooler. Once they were finished with the man, they dumped him on the side of the road, 500 km away from where he had been picked up.

“This is really confusing to us because we have never heard of such a thing before,” Mbombo said. “The man was fully conscious throughout his ordeal and he is still traumatized.”

Shockingly enough, police say this is becoming a trend in South Africa. Women are forcing men to drink a substance before they rape them. They then make off with their sperm, but nobody can figure out why.

The sperm would only be good for having babies if they go directly to a fertility clinic. An alternate theory is that the sperm is being sold on the black market to be placed at crime scenes.

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