A man was kidnapped at gunpoint and raped by three women who collected his semen in a box before dumping him by the road side in South Africa.  The 33-year-old man gave the women directions when they pulled up in a black BMW.

Suddenly, one of the women armed with a gun got out and forced him into the back of the car at GUNPOINT. The ladies then drove him 500km away and fondled him in the back of the car but that failed to arouse him. So, they forced their victim to drink an unknown substance from a bottle which shot up his libido. They then raped the man repeatedly and collected his semen in plastic bags, placing them in a cooler box.

The man was then kicked out of the car, 500km away from where they picked him up in the Kwazkhele Township, Port Elizabeth.

The same method is being used by women in Gauteng, another city, who are also forcing men to drink from a bottle and stealing their semen. However, no arrest has been made.

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

“They drove into a thoroughfare 500km away. They parked the car and fondled him to get an erection but his penis could not get erect.

“They forced him to drink an unknown substance from a bottle. This got him aroused quickly even though he was still scared and didn’t want to have sex. This is really confusing to us because we have never heard of such a thing before”.

The man was fully conscious throughout his ordeal and he is still traumatised.

Courtesy—Soweto Live

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