Police officers in Nigeria are currently apprehending two young ladies in connection to the death of a retired officer, who allegedly died while in act with the two suspect.
According to police reports, the deceased had invited the two ladies to his house, to have fun with him at around 3 o'clock in the evening.
On their arrival, the two ladies engaged the man in intimacy one after the other repeatedly, with anticipation that the man will give them job in his firm.
The deceased's neighbor in his reports to media said the retired officer was having an intimacy with two teenagers who he reportedly promised jobs in NIPOST firm.
“The deceased died of apparent exhaustion arising from the marathon sex with two teenage girls whom he promised to inform of available job offers through the post office located with the Ibom Plaza arena," said the neighbor.
While confirming the incident, the area chief officer in his statements said the suspects have been arrested and taken into police custody, where they await to be arraigned in court once the investigation is complete.
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