Tragic Zimbabwean man gang-raped by 4 women

A Zimbabwean teacher has been rushed to a hospital after he was abducted by four women who drugged and gang-raped him.

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While some men see him as lucky to be raped by women, a Zimbabwean teacher, has lodged a report with the police about how he was kidnapped, drugged and gang-raped by four women.

The man whose name has been protected, according to the Chronicle, reported at the Lupane Police State that he was abducted by the women suspected to be 'Sperm Harvesters', on Friday, February 17, 2017, took him to a bush where they took turns raping him till daybreak.

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The victim who reported that he woke up naked in the bush, feeling extremely weak on Saturday morning, said he was sexually abused for hours by a group of four light skinned women who gave him a lift on Friday night.

A police source said the man said he was given a lift in a Toyota Quantum with five people on board, four women and a man who was driving the vehicle.

"The teacher was intending to travel to Bulawayo on Friday night. He was given a lift by the group of women who were traveling in a Quantum with South African number plates.

The man said the women were speaking IsiNdebele and another language that he could not understand.

After some time, the driver diverted the route and one of the women told him that they wanted to pick up someone.

After the driver stopped the car, one of the women quickly covered his eyes while others held his feet and hands together.

The man said they forced him to drink a substance from a bottle and he passed out. He suspects that they sexually assault him and took away his semen as he woke up at 5 am naked with a weak body and bruised private part.

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After wearing his clothes which were left on the scene, he walked to the main road where he boarded a lift to Lupane police station and filed a report," the police source said.

The man, according to the police, was later taken to a police where he is undergoing treatment and tests.

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