Female rapists on the prowl hunting men

Police have cautioned the public and men in particular to be on the lookout.


Apart from risking getting infected with deadly sexually transmitted diseases like HIV/Aids, the victim also carries physical and psychological scars which can take decades to heal.

The most common type of rape is male-female rape but men are also increasingly becoming targeted.

Men have not been spared either and every day they are becoming victims of this deadly life scaring incident.

Society does not help either since there is a strong belief that men can take care of themselves and therefore when a men get raped most of the time, they decide to suffer in silence.

police in Zimbawe have cautioned the public and men in particular to be cautious of a group of women accused of sexually assaulting men in the country’s capital city, Harare, The Herald reported

Police spokesperson Chief superintendent paul Nyathi, confirmed two cases were reported last week by a 37 year old man who was raped in a bus by two female passengers and a male driver.

“On May 27, 2017 at around 4pm, the complainant aged 37 boarded a blue Nissan Bluebird..the vehicle had three occupants comprising one male who was the driver and two female passangers. On boarding the vehicle, the complainant was joined by another female adult” the police spokesperson narrated.

“On the way, one of the females who had boarded the vehicle together with the complainant, drew what appeared to be a pistol and force-marched the complainant into a bushy area along the Delport Road,” Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi went on.

“One of the females forced the complainant to have sexual intercourse with him without his consent while another female accused the complainant to drink an unknown liquid which left the complainant unconscious.”

The second case involved a man who boarded a white Toyota Noah with five unknown accused persons.

Along the way the man was offered a drink one of the female companions in the car which rendered him unconscious.

“When the complainant regained consciousness he discovered that he had been abused”

The police are appealing to anyone with any information that may assist in the investigation to report it to the nearest police station.

“We would like to urge members of the public to be on the lookout for a group of men and women who are giving unsuspecting victims transport and end up abusing them,” the police spokesperson said.

The latest attack follows a similar one which occurred last year where four women drugged and sexually molested a 29 year old man after offering him a lift.

It is suspected the female rapists may be harvesting male sperms for ritual purposes.


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