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Man Claims He Was Abducted and Assaulted by Three Women Who Stole His Sperm

Rape stories are tragic, and usually, it's a woman who is telling about the devastating ordeal. We can forget sometimes that men, too, can be victims of this horrific crime.

One man in South Africa shared how terrified he was when three women he didn't know kidnapped him and raped him for his sperm. According to reports, there have been similar crimes in the region.

The 33-year-old unnamed victim says he was minding his own business when three women pulled over in a black BMW to ask him for directions. As he leaned in the car in attempts to help the women one of them pulled out a gun and ordered him to get inside. The frightened man obeyed, not knowing what was in store for him.

It turns out the women weren't just planning on robbing him; they had more sinister intentions. They drove him more than 300 miles away and began to fondle him in the back of the car.

The poor man was so frightened and was not a willing partner, so the women were not successful in arousing him. That's when they pulled out what the man called an 'unknown substance' and ordered him to drink it.

With a gun to his head, the man obeyed. The substance caused the man to get an erection against his will. The women then repeatedly raped him and collected his semen in plastic bags. When the ordeal was over, they kicked him out of the car and drove away with his sperm, which the man says they had put in a cooler.

The man called police to report the incident.

"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 a police officer to 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 then 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 traumatized."

The police have opened a rape investigation. So far, they have not found the suspects and no arrests have been made, but there was another case reported in a nearby district. The exact same methods of forcing the man to drink from a bottle and stealing sperm were used in the second crime.

It's unclear what is behind the two incidents, or who might be behind such horrible violations. At around the same time of the reports, reports came in of women at the Zimbabwe border selling semen to traditional African healers, known as sangomas.

These healers use various substances, including semen, in their rituals and concoctions. They’re known to purchase products on the black market. There’s no word yet on whether the crimes are related.

Sadly, rape is a very common occurrence in South Africa. Some 25 percent of men claim to have been raped, though not all by the same method.
Source: Dailymail
Photo: Express, Rebel Circus, The Sun

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