Man dies while having sex with woman in Onitsha

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A 40 year old man identified as Paul Okwudili has died while having sexual intercourse with an unidentified lady at Plus View Hotel, Onitsha, Anambra State.

The Police Public Relations Officer, SP Haruna Mohammed who confirmed the development in a statement in Awka on Monday said that at about 3.00am today, the manager of Plus View Hotel in Onitsha reported at Central Police Station, Onitsha that the victim aged about 40 years of Ogboliolosi, off Awka Road, Inland Town Onitsha, allegedly took a lady to the hotel and lodged.

Mohammed quoted the Hotel Manager as saying that minutes later, the lady came out shouting for help and the hotel management who went to the room and discovered the man gasping for breath rushed him to St. Charles Borromew Hospital Onitsha for medical attention where the victim was later confirmed dead by a medical Doctor on duty.

He added that the scene was visited by Police detectives attached to CPS Onitsha and photograph of the victim obtained.

“No marks of violence on the deceased body but some drugs were discovered in the hotel room reasonably suspected to be enhancement drugs. Corpse deposited at the hospital mortuary for autopsy.

“The lady was arrested while investigation is ongoing to ascertain circumstances surrounding the incident please”, he stated.

However, the PPRO disclosed that the lady aged 30 years alleged that the deceased promised to marry her when she takes in.

On how the man actually died, Mohammed pointed out that “The lady also claimed that the victim’s organ refused to stand initially, so, he took drugs in her presence and that after sometimes, the male organ got erected and they started the show but while having the intercourse, she noticed that the man was behaving strange hence she ran out and shouted for help.”

Photo: Body of the deceased, Paul Okwudili.

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