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Shameful Community leader dies during sex with 2 teenage girls in Imo State

A randy community leader has been reported to have died during a marathon sex session with two teenagers.

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The police has a task on their hands to find out the cause of a 70-year-old man's death during sex. play

The police has a task on their hands to find out the cause of a 70-year-old man's death during sex.


It was pandemonium in Ogbaku community of Mbaitoli local government area of Imo State, when the village chairman, Collins Iheanacho, slumped and died while engaging in a bout of marathon sex with two secondary school girls aged 14 and 16, in a hotel room in the area on Saturday, February 21, 2015.

The deceased, a 70-year-old retired staff of Chevron Oil Company, according to villagers who spoke to newsmen, had a penchant for luring teenage girls to sleep with at the hotel since he had money to throw around, often boasting that the girls keep him young.

Uncannily, he met his sad end in the hands of teenagers which the people of the area believe is retributive justice.

The two girls were said to be the late Iheanacho's regular sex partners and have constantly defied their parents' warnings to stay away from the randy old man.

Police investigation into the incident reveals that on arrival at the hotel room, the two girls jumped into bed with their sugar daddy at the same time.

In the heat of the passion, the girls said that he started panting and before they could raise the alarm, he had given up the ghost.

The girls quietly sneaked out of the hotel room, leaving the corpse of their lover which was discovered by the staff of the hotel and the police were alerted.

That same day, the girls were traced to their parents' home and arrested.

The state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Andrew Enwerem, confirmed the incident and said the girls had been arrested and were already in police custody while police investigation was on.

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