Ex-Chevron Staff, 70, Dies After ‘Bed Battle’ With 2 Teenagers
A 70-year old village chairman in Imo State has allegedly slumped and died after a marathon match on the bed with two secondary girls aged 14 and 16 in a hotel room located at Ogbaku area of the state.
The deceased, identified as Collins Iheanacho, until his death was said to be the village chairman of Umueye village in Irete autonomous community, Owerri and a retired staff of Chevron Oil company.
According to reports, the deceased was always fond of bringing young girls to the hotel, but on that fateful day, it was his last.
However, the two teenagers were said to have been his regular bed partners even after reprimands by their parents.
It also gathered that both girls had honoured the invitation of the man at the weekend at a hotel located at an interior part of Ogbaku.
The two girls, who attend a junior secondary school in the area, were said not to be aware of their joint visit to the man until they met at the hotel.
On arrival at the hotel room, the two girls jumped into bed with their partner for the business of the day almost at the same time. However, he had barely finished a sexual round with one of the girls when suddenly he started panting and later gave up the ghost.
Sensing danger, the girls reportedly left their lover boy in the hotel room until they were later arrested at their respective homes by the police.
Confirming the ugly incident, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in the state, Andrew Enwerem, revealed that the girls has been arrested and were already in police custody while police investigation was on-going.