Fast Fingers Prostitute dispossess businessman of briefcase, money, driving licence

A businessman has lost his valuables including hard currency to a prostitute in a brothel in Delta.

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A prostitute in her brothel play

A prostitute in her brothel

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A businessman who was passing through Umunede in Delta State, on his way to the eastern parts of the country during the last Easter celebration, is currently biting his fingers as his decision to quench his sexual thirst with a prostitute at a roadside brothel, ended with him losing his briefcase, huge sum of money and drivers' licence after the lady cleaned him off.

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It was gathered that the man who got stuck in the snarling traffic along the way, decided to cool it off before continuing on his journey and made his way to the brothel where he allegedly engaged the lady identified as Ebere, and negotiated for an all night sex with her.

But by the time he woke up the next morning, the lady said to be 31-years-old, had made away with the items and he had to report the incident to the police.

A police source at the Umunede Division, narrated that after the man who is said to be a very highly placed business mogul, had bargained for an all night sex, called till-day-break, with the prostitute and after the first round of sex, asked for a drink which the prostitute allegedly laced with a drug that made him sleep off.

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After he had gone into a deep slumber, the commercial sex worker took off with the man's property including hard currency.

Another prostitute at the brothel who identified herself as Gloria, said the man had lodged in with the girl while carrying a big brief case, only to wake up the following morning screaming for help after the girl had disappeared into the thin air.

The police source said:

“We are investigating a report of a stolen briefcase containing huge sums of money and a driving licence and we hope to bring the girl to book.

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