A Cameroonian national has reportedly died while having a bout of marathon sex inside his secret lover's house in Bayelsa.
A 37-year-old Cameroonian man identified only as Dr. Charles has reportedly died in his Nigerian lover's home during a bout of marathon sex.
Punch reports that the incident which happened in Ogboinbiri community in the Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, has thrown residents into panic amidst controversy and conspiracy theory.
The death of the Cameroonian, a patent medicine dealer in the community, which was confirmed by the State Police Public Relations Officer [PPRO], DSP Asinim Butswat, was attributed to exhaustion from the marathon sex he engaged in with the 35-year-old lover.
However, another account by residents of the area has it that Dr. Charles had recently suffered from a strange ailment which could have led to his death in the house of the lover said to be a divorcee.
It was gathered that Dr. Charles collapsed during the night, forcing his lover to raise an alarm and died before he could be rushed to Zia-Ngo Health Centre, the only public health facility in the community.
A source in the community who expressed shock over the death of the popular chemist owner said:
“The death of Charles is a mystery. Everyone heard that he was ill but nobody could confirm if they had sex which could have triggered the death.”
It was learned that indigenes of the community reported the matter at the Oporoma Police Division and the Divisional Police Officer [DPO], along with five policemen, visited the house where the incident took place and retrieved the body which was deposited in the mortuary of the Federal Medical Center, Yenogoa.
Confirming the death of the Cameroonian, DSP Butswat said:
“The report indicated that he was ill and slumped. He was said to have died before getting to the community health center.”
The police spokesman added that investigations into the death have begun with a view to ascertaining if Dr. Charles died a natural death while the lover has been arrested and is now in detention.
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