Married Man Slumped & Died After Sex Romp With Stranger In Benin Hotel

The insatiable quest for sex by a 44-year-old
businessman, Julius Iyenakpe has led to his early death as he allegedly slumped and died in a hotel room in Benin, the Edo State capital while making love to a woman whose identity is still unknown.
The incident is coming barely eight days after another 70-year-old man died in a hotel room in Benin while making love to a married woman.
Iyenakpe, father of three who hailed from Agenebode, Etsako East local government area, was said to have commissioned his new house in December last year.
Family sources said the deceased hurriedly left home last Tuesday around 9 a.m after refusing the breakfast prepared by his wife, but ended up at Edesogie Hotel, located at No. 2, Obanor Street, off Dumez Road with his unknown lover.
It was learnt that two hours later, the lovers who paid for one hour short time duration failed to come out of the hotel room.
This was said to have prompted the hotel attendants to force the door open, only to discover the lifeless body of Iyenakpe, indicating that the unknown female lover had absconded.
Besides sperm allegedly seen all over his body, a
packet of sex-enhancing tablet, Viagra was also
allegedly found in Iyenakpe’s pocket.
It was learnt that policemen from the Ugbekun police division who recovered his lifeless body allegedly recovered his Toyota Pathfinder SUV, his mobile phone and a cheque of N20 million said to have been issued in favour of the deceased by one of the palm oil companies in the state.
Confirming her husband’s death, Mrs. Iyenakpe said it was when she called his phone that a woman after inquiring if she was the wife, informed her that her husband had an accident and requested her to report at Ugbekun police station where the news of his death was broken to her.
She said she had on one occasion fought her husband at a hotel when she learned that he was there with another woman.
Edo State Commissioner of Police, Foluso Adebanjo, confirmed the death of the man in Benin when contacted yesterday.

[Reported By Tony Osauzo, Sun News Benin]

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