South Africa 12.3.2015 11:49 am

Man allegedly gang raped by three women

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Picture: Thinkstock

A case of rape has been opened after a 31-year-old man was allegedly gang-raped by three women in Tembisa, on the East Rand.

Tembisa police cluster’s communications director Captain Manyadza Ralidzhivha said the victim was hitchhiking in Germiston when he was given a lift by three women driving a BMW on Sunday, Tembisan reported.

The women drove around with the man until they reached a garage behind the Oakmoor train station, added Ralidzhivha.

It is alleged when the victim wanted to alight from the vehicle, the ladies demanded payment.

He told them he had no money.

“It is believed that one of the women produced a firearm and pointed it at the victim. Another woman took a cloth and blindfolded him,” said Ralidzhivha.

The women then drove around with the man some more and eventually tied him up inside a garage.

“He was then gang-raped by the three women. He was kept as a sex slave from Sunday afternoon until Wednesday morning when he was given a cold drink. After drinking the beverage, the victim claimed to feel sleepy,” added Ralidzhivha.

The unidentified man was awakened by some people who found him sleeping under a bridge in Olifantsfontein.

He immediately came to the police station and opened a case of rape.

Police are appealing to members of the community with information about the women to come forward by sending an SMS to 32211 or calling 08600 10111.

This after three women were sought by police after allegedly raping a 21-year-old man at gunpoint in Diepsloot, northern Johannesburg in January.

The unidentified victim said the women claimed they were lost.

Warrant Officer Daniel Mavimbela said the victim was allegedly forced into the backseat, and the suspects drove away with the victim.

According to the victim, one of the suspects undressed and forced him to have sexual intercourse with her at gunpoint.

– Caxton News Service

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