Man Mercilessly beats up prostitute over extra rounds of s.ex
A Man Mercilessly beats up prostitute over extra rounds of s.ex
A trader at Ladipo market, Kelvin Duru has landed in trouble after he engaged a sex worker in a popular hotel but refused to pay for extra rounds of sex with the 32-year old Blessing Isi in Lagos.
P.M.EXPRESS reports that the request for extra money caused serious quarrel between Kelvin and Blessing and in the process he gave her blows and injured her on the mouth.
The incident happened at the popular brothel located at Mosalashi Street off Lafenwa Road in Ejigbo, Lagos.
According to Blessing, Kelvin approached her for a sex romp and she charged him N500 with the hope that he would spend very little time and pay her the fee. She said when he stayed for almost two hours, she then protested but he promised to add extra N200 to make it N700.
Blessing said she bore the whole discomfort until he was satisfied and gave her N1000 asking for change. She then gave him N300 but he insisted that she will not collect the extra N200 which caused the fight and he injured her.
The Edo State-born Blessing claimed that during the fight, Kelvin stole her N76,000 which she kept in her room where the fight took place.
P.M.EXPRESS gathered from Kelvin that when he contacted Blessing, that they agreed on N500 before they started the romp.
He said at the middle of the action, she said that he had wasted much time and should add another N200 which he agreed since he was still in the action.
When he finished he then insisted that he will not pay the extra money. Kelvin denied that he stole any money from her bag.
The matter was reported to the police. He was asked to pay her the money but he insisted that he did not take her money.
Kelvin was charged to court for assault.
He pleaded not guilty.
The Presiding Magistrate, Mr. L.K.J. Layeni granted Kelvin bail in the sum of N50,000 with two sureties in like sum.
He was remanded in prison custody pending when he will perfect his bail condition.
The matter was adjourned till 21 March, 2018.