Horny Bastard Sex-starved man beats up prostitutes for refusing to service him

A sex-starved man has been remanded in prison for allegedly beating up prostitutes because they refused to service him.

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A 36-year-old man, Daniel Johnson, has been arrested for beating up and injuring some commercial sex workers who refused to service him in a brothel in Ajegunle, Lagos State.

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According to Champion Newspaper, Johnson had reportedly gone to the brothel located at Akinbo Street in the area and requested to have sex with a prostitute but the lady refused.

He then approached another prostitute and met with the same rejection and this angered him so much that he resorted to violence and beat them up, injuring some of them in the process, before escaping from the scene.

One of the victims who identified herself as Gloria Francis said she was badly injured after Johnson threw an iron chair on her which left her with a deep gash on her leg.

The matter was reported at Tolu Police Station and Johnson was later arrested and taken to the station.

At the station, he reportedly told police that the sex workers in the hotel conspired against him and whenever he went there to have sex with any of them, they will deny him.

It was gathered that the sex workers decided to refuse to service him due to his history of having sex with them and refusing to pay the agreed amount and whenever they complained, he would become violent.

The police charged him to court with conduct likely to cause a breach of public peace and assault under the Criminal Code.

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When the charge was read to the accused, he pleaded not guilty and the presiding Magistrate, T. Abolenwa granted him bail in the sum of N50,000 with one surety in like sum.

Magistrate Abolenwa ordered that he be remanded in prison custody pending when he will perfect his bail while adjourning the case till October 31, 2016, for a mention.

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