By Savannah Smith  |  05-31-2017   News
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A man from South Africa is accusing a group of three women of raping him repeatedly in the span of several days.

The 23-year-old man complained to the police that he was drugged while sharing a taxi ride with the three women suspects. He said that at one point during their travel, the driver changed direction and ordered him to transfer to the front seat.

Pretoria police spokeswoman Captain Colette Weilbach said one of the women then injected the man with an unknown substance. Capt. Weilbach elaborated: “He stated that he woke up in an unfamiliar room with a single bed. The female suspects then allegedly forced the man to drink an energy drink, before taking turns raping him numerous times a day.”

While the case may seem odd, the South African Police Service said they take all sexual offenses seriously regardless of gender.The man also told the police that he was dropped on Sunday in a field south of the city.

Source:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/three-women-rape-kidnap-man-taxi-south-africa-pretoria-police-a7763436.html

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Billy No. 3300 1496243201

Duh. Women can't rape men. To rape someone you need to have POWER + PRIVILEGE. Only WHITE MEN have this combination. It is obvious that women could not rape men ever. How would that even work? She penetrates him with a carrot? Come on, big deal guys. My uncle raped me when I was 7, and that was real rape. This is absolute bullcrap. I repeat myself one last time, WOMEN CANNOT RAPE MEN.

Anonymous No. 3333 1496355250

Billy, how can I put this…….

Oh yeah, you're an idiot.

In fact, you , are a Silly Billy.

Hah, buh bye now.

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