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First it was dismissed by police as a township rumour. But yesterday Tembisa police confirmed that it appeared there were women on the rampage in the area who were "raping men".
One of the alleged victims was treated for a bruised penis at a local hospital after three women allegedly forced him to have sex with them.
And on Tuesday a 30-year-old woman was arrested for allegedly having lured a young man into an area of veld and then forced herself on him while her friend stood guard.
In both cases no condoms were used, said the police.
The woman arrested in the second incident is scheduled to appear in court this week.
The woman and a friend are alleged to have lured a 21-year-old job-seeker away from a brick company by pretending they were also looking for work. They walked with the man across an area of open veld and then pounced on him.
"They threatened him, forced him to take off his pants, and then rubbed lotion on his penis to get an erection. The other woman kept watch while the arrested woman had sex with the man," police said.
No one has been arrested in connection with the first incident, but police confirmed that a 24-year-old man from Tembisa was abducted at gunpoint by three women travelling in a white BMW and kept for three days against his will.
Inspector Manyadza Ralidzhivha said the victim reported to the police after he was dumped in the township after having being used by the women.
"He reported that the women, who were older than him, made him drink some liquids and then took turns having sex with him.
"They did not talk too much, but had sex with him as he lay face-up on the bed in a house."
The young man told police that the women picked him up near Tembisa, saying they would give him a lift to Kempton Park.
They then forced him at gunpoint to kneel face-down on the back seat of the car. He was prevented from looking up and was only allowed to look about him when he was inside the house.
Talk of syndicates of women "raping" men around Tembisa have been circulating in the area for the past year. One resident interviewed said men were afraid to walk in open veld alone or at night.