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Something Must Kill A Man Banker dies during marathon sex with married lover

A married banker who lied to his wife about his workload and went to spend the night with his secret lover has died in the process.

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Death lurks in the sweetness


A married banker simply identified as Ken has reportedly died inside a hotel room located at the NNPC junction in Ejigbo area of Lagos State after he allegedly slumped during a marathon sex session with his equally married lover.

PM Express reports that the body of the deceased was recovered by the police after the hotel manager reported the incident to the Ejigbo Division.

It was gathered that the late Ken who worked with one of the new generation banks in the state had booked a room for the night with the woman on Saturday, March 18, 2017, but later died on top of the woman identified as Ebere Nwachukwu.

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Confirming the incident, the Ejigbo Divisional Police Officer (DPO), SP Folorunsho Afolabi, said investigations revealed that the deceased told his wife he would not be able to come home that Saturday night due to the workload at his office, but instead, went to spend the night with his secret lover in the hotel.

"The deceased had lied to his wife that he would not be coming home that night as he had a heavy work schedule and had to sleep in the office.

The wife believed him while unknowingly, the husband had checked in with his lover, Nwachukwu at the hotel for a night of illicit sexual spree.

Unfortunately for the lovers, Ken collapsed during the act and Nwachukwu, out of fear, immediately contacted the hotel management who rushed the deceased to the General Hospital, Isolo.

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On getting there, doctors certified him death and his corpse was deposited at the morgue. Nwachukwu was then arrested and detained at Ejigbo Police division over his death.

An investigation into the matter has commenced as we await the autopsy report to know the real cause of his death,” SP Afolabi said.

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