A yet-to-be identified man in has died after an early morning sex with a prostitute in a hotel in Lagos State.
The prostitute who identified herself as Precious from Akwa Ibom State, said she was invited over to the hotel by the deceased’s friend who told her that a man who just ‘came back’ needed a lady to spend the night with.
Precious met the man and they finally booked a lodging facility. After taking their meals, they slept off. The man woke up around 5am and they had sex. Precious insisted that they must use condom, which she brought out.
According her, after having sex, the man stood up and went into the bathroom to dispose the condom. When he returned, Precious said she remembered asking the man for the time. And he said around 5am, meaning they only had sex for few minutes.
One hour later, Precious woke up to leave. She tried waking the man up but the man didn’t wake up. She said she suspected foul play at first, but noticed that the man wasn’t still moving after she gave him a nudge. That was when she alerted the hotel staff.
Policemen who interrogated the girl after being alerted found some sex enhancement drugs in the man’s bag and it was believed the man used them before going to bed.
One of the drugs found with the dead man is called Meinnah, a member of the Viagra family.
Like all Sildenafil, it is a common medication used to stimulate erections in men with erectile dysfunction (ED) and treat certain heart conditions.
Also found on him was an anti-malarial drug called Coatal Forte, Chinese made, but distributed in Nigeria by Geneith Pharm Limited.
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Meanwhile, KanyiDaily had reported how a Jealous yahoo boy set his girlfriend on fire after discovering she’s back to her old ways of prostitution.
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