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Married Man Dies During Sex Romp With Lady In Hotel

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The Police in Lagos have commenced an investigation into the circumstances that led to the death of a business man, who died in a popular hotel, after marathon sex with a lady.

Source gathered that the incident happened at the popular Paradise Hotel located at Ikotun area of Lagos.

The identity of the lady was not known as she reportedly sneaked out of the hotel room after the man, identified as Ben, collapsed and died while they were having sex.

Source gathered that the matter became worse because the CCTV camera installed in the hotel was not functional, as such the lady could not be identified.

It was also learnt that the late married man, Ben, had told his wife that he went for a business meeting after he did some transactions in the bank not knowing that he took a lady to the hotel for sex romp.

Going by the time the deceased, Mr. Ben, checked in with the lady, the romp was said to have lasted for several hours before he reportedly collapsed and died probably due to the sex enhancing drugs, which were later found inside the room they lodged.

When the management of the hotel later realized what happened, they went to the Ikotun Police Division and reported the incident. The corpse of the married man was retrieved and deposited at the mortuary for autopsy test.

The wife of the deceased was then contacted and she alleged that her husband withdrew some money, which he was supposed to bring to the house before the incident.

However, the management of the hotel said that they did not see any money inside the room as claimed by the wife.

When source correspondent visited the hotel, the management declined to confirm what happened and how the incident took place.

However, a Police source confirmed the incident saying it was a case of homicide and the matter had been transferred to the SCIID Panti, Lagos, for further investigation. The DPO could not be reached as he was said to have gone to the Police Command in Ikeja for briefing.

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