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By unknown | Jan 28, 2008 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

Given Mahlalela

Given Mahlalela

Mpumalanga police are appealing to the public to help them arrest two men and three women who allegedly forced a 20-year-old man to have a sex orgy with the three females.

The man was hitch-hiking along the Nelspruit road.

Police said the victim was coming from work going home in Block B near Tonga on Tuesday night when the incident took place.

Tonga police spokesman Constable Mzwandile Nyambi told Sowetan that the man got a lift from the suspects who were dressed smartly and formally.

They told him that they were heading towards his direction.

"It was too late for him to get taxis. He stopped a white Toyota Venture whose occupants, two men and three women, told him they were also going his way," said Nyambi.

The driver of the vehicle then drove to the Riverside Mall in Nelspruit where the five spent almost an hour discussing unknown issues with the man.

The victim's ordeal started near the Barberton road when the men pulled him out.

"After passing the Barberton road, the two men got out of the car, pointed a firearm at me and ordered me to have sex with the three women," said the victim, who cannot be named.

The victim claims he was "raped" for the whole night inside the car.

"Nothing was taken from me. They just wanted me to have sex with the women.

"I was feeling pain in my manhood, but I was forced to continue with their evil work. I will not forget this day in my life time," he said.

Masisukumeni Women Crisis Centre officials reported the victim's ordeal to the police.

He was later taken to Tonga Hospital for treatment for his swollen penis.

Anyone with information about the suspects' whereabouts is requested to call the Tonga police on 013-780-3144 at all hours.

"Our police are tirelessly looking for the suspects," said Nyambi.


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