Woman Bites Off Man’s Ear During Fight Over Sex

A 36-year-old woman, Precious Osas has been arrested and charged before Isolo Magistrates’ court for biting off a 25-year-old man’s ear, Chikwado Omokwa, over sex in Lagos State, western Nigeria.

The incident happened at a popular hotel in Okota where they lodged for a night’s romp.

According to the police, Precious, believed to be a commercial sex worker, allegedly collected N3,500 from Omokwa for an all night sex romp and failed to fulfill her own part of the bargain.

P.M.NEWS gathered that Precious struggled to cope with Omokwa throughout the period the sex lasted because of his high libido.

Trouble started after Precious allowed Omokwa a round of sex and told him she wasn’t ready for another round until he paid her more money.

This resulted in exchange of words and a fight ensued between the sex partners.

During the fight, Precious allegedly grabbed Omokwa’s right ear and bit off part of it.

Omokwa, who was bleeding profusely, raised an alarm which attracted the attention of the hotel workers.

Both of them were handed over to the police at Ikota division.

At the the station, Omokwa told the police how he paid Precious N3,500 for sex throughout the night and equally paid extra N350 for registration.

He said Precious allowed hin to have sex only once and told him if he wanted another round, he should pay extra money.

On her part, Precious admitted that Omokwa paid the amount and she allowed him to have sex with her as agreed.

She said after the first round, he was demanding for extra round which she refused.

She said Omokwa had high libido because he was drunk and was vomiting in the room.

The police charged Precious with conducting herself in a disorderly manner by inflicting grievous harm on Omokwa’s ear.

She pleaded not guilty and the presiding Magistrate, Mrs O. A. Adebayo granted her bail in the sum of N50,000 with one surety in like sum.

Precious was remanded in prison custody at Kirikiri pending when she will perfect her bail.

The matter was adjourned till 19 October, 2015.

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