A married man from the Harare area of Zimbabwe, Ngonidzashe Mahati, was allegedly forced to lick the buttocks of a hooker for removing a condom during s1x.
The self-confessed commercial s*x worker identified only as Zelma, who put her bum in his face forcing him to lick her as punishment for removing a condom during a s*x encounter.
According to a report by H-Metro, the 24-year-old married man was taken to task as they left him n*ked while tossing him at Gal Court along Samora Machel Avenue in Zimbabwe on Sunday night.
A prostitute known as Amanda and her roommates; Eunice, Venencia and Zelma, were on their beds in the same room when the s*x session was cut short after Ngonidzashe removed the condom, and the ladies of the night then intervened.
While speaking to a correspondent, Amanda said; “This man removed the condom during s*x and threw it on the floor. I do not want to risk my life by engaging in unprotected s*x with my clients that is why we have a box full of condoms in this room. I can sue him for r*ping me if he wants me to take it further,” said Amanda.
Ngonidzashe confirmed having unprotected s*x with Amanda saying the condom went missing during s*x only to find it on the floor. “I usually hook up with this lady for s*x but today I do not know what actually happened I only discovered that the condom was no longer there after s*x,” said Ngonidzashe.
“These women abused me. I was alone and n*ked I had no power to escape in a locked room and I tried to buy freedom by giving Amanda another US$5 on top of US$3 I had agreed with her for s*x.
“It never worked and the four of them started playing around with my private parts and making fun of me. I am not a police officer but a shopkeeper, I lied to them to gain freedom. They could have attacked me these ladies, they are dangerous.
“My wife is home and I regret my actions brother, do not publish this story my brother we are all men and we need to protect each other from these ladies of the night. I used to read about how they attack men in newspapers but today I have experienced it,” said Ngonidzashe.