Woman Battered For Refusing To Part With N20,000 After Sex Romp
The police at Ire Akari Division in Isolo have arrested a man identified as Olu who allegedly battered a married lover referred to as Madam(real name withheld) for refusing to pay him N20,000 for rounds of sex he had with her.
The incident happened at Ire Akari Estate in Isolo, Lagos where both the woman and her lover reside.
P.M.EXPRESS gathered that the embattled Olu engaged the madam in a romp for an agreed fee to satisfy her sexual desire because her husband had travelled abroad for greener pastures.
It was reported that the woman’s husband travelled to United Kingdom and abandoned the wife and children in Nigeria for several years.
However, it was discovered that the man did not utterly abandon the family as he was said to be sending money to his wife for the upkeep of the family. But the wife was said to be facing emotional challenge because she had nobody to satisfy her sexually owing to her husband’s absence.
It was emotional satisfaction that led the woman to engage the services of Olu who had been sleeping with her for a fee to close the gab the husband left behind.
But trouble started when Olu was said to have engaged the woman in a romp and reportedly satisfied her wanted to collect the money she promised him.
When Olu demanded for the money they had agreed on, she said she will pay him the following day which did not go down with Olu. P.M.EXPRESS gathered that it was during the exchange of words that Olu attacked and injured her on the face.
The matter was reported to the Police at Ire Akari Division and Olu was arrested and detained at the station.
During interrogation, Olu told the police what transpired between them. He said he was angry because he had exhausted himself in order to satisfy her both at home and in her office but yet she refused to pay him as they had agreed.
The woman also reportedly admitted that she was sleeping with Olu and was paying him for his services but was surprised when he attacked her and injured her seriously.
P.M.EXPRESS gathered that the DPO insisted that despite the fact that they were lovers, Olu had committed a criminal offence and was culpable.
When our correspondent visited the police station, the DPO was not around for comments on the matter.
However, it was gathered that Olu may be charged to court for assault if the parties refused to settle at the station.