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Six Women Rape Man To Death : Nigerian Man Killed By Six Wives in Sex Attack

Travelers Today       By    Katie McFadden

Updated: Jul 25, 2012 11:48 AM EDT

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A Nigerian man was reportedly raped to death by his wives.(Photo : Reuters)

Apparently sex is a weapon and jealousy can be deadly. In a strange case of extreme jealousy, six women raped a man to death in Nigeria.

A wealthy Nigerian man,Uroko Onoja, of Ogbadibo,  was raped by his six wives until he died. Onoja was reportedly having sex with his youngest wife when his five other wives attacked him with sticks and knives and demanded they he have sex with all of them. Onoja tried to resist the attack but the women overpowered him and insisted that he have sex with each spouse, starting with the youngest to the oldest, according to Nigeria's Daily Post.

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The Nigerian Daily Post reported that Onoja was returning from a bar in the tiny community of Ugbugbu, Ogbadibo at three in the morning on Tuesday. He went to the bedroom of his youngest wife. His five other wives, who had planned the attack, burst into the bedroom and carried out the sex attack.

Four of the five other wives forced Onoja to have sex with them, but he stopped breathing as the fifth approached him for her turn. The youngest wife was unable to resuscitate him.

"Suddenly, my husband stopped breathing, and they all ran out, still laughing, but when they saw that I could not resuscitate him, they all ran into the forest," the youngest wife said, as quoted by the Daily Post.

The incident was reported to police and two of the women were arrested in the state of Benue. The police report read that the business man was "raped to death."

Onoja had married six women after becoming wealthy.  He was known as a philanthropist who contributed to the community. His body was deposited at a nearby mortuary, according to the Post.

 

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