Shocking! 23 year old man abducted, drugged and raped by 3 women for 3 days

A young man was allegedly drugged and repeatedly raped by a gang of three women in a cab for over three days and then left to die in a semi-naked state

In a horrendous incident, a 23 year old man was allegedly kidnapped, drugged and raped by three women in a taxi in South Africa. The gang of 3 women allegedly raped the 23-year-old for over three days and dumped him in a semi-naked state in a field.

According to several media reports, the incident took place after the man took a 15-seater communal taxi. The route was suddenly changed mid-way and the man was asked come and sit in the front seat. Reports suggest that the women who sexually abused him injected a substance that made him pass out. The women also forcefully fed him energy drinks before taking turns to rape him for over 72 hours. Following which he was abandoned in a field in a semi-naked state.

“One of the women then allegedly injected him with an unknown substance and he passed out and woke up in an unfamiliar room in a single bed. The female suspects then allegedly forced the man to drink energy drinks before taking turns raping him numerous times every day for three days,” the Sun quoted a police official as saying.

The South African police have registered a complaint and have launched a probe into the matter. “The South African Police Service take all sexual offences seriously regardless of gender.  We assure all victims of these types of crimes that we will carry out robust investigations to bring offenders to justice.” police official told the daily. The South African police have also urged the other male victims of rape or witnesses of such incidents to come forward and register a complaint.

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