The Lagos state police command has effected the arrest of three men, Shola Owolabi, Michael Lanre and Samuel Akpan, for reportedly filming a teenager while sleeping with her.
According to Daily Post, the trio, 28, 21 and 34, were said to be fond of the said act and were picked up as soon as the matter was reported at the Ipaja Ayobo police station, Lagos by Akpan’s landlord who reportedly heard the lady scream.
Fatai Owoseni, the Lagos state police boss, while parading the culprits, said the men confessed that it was a mutual act.
Speaking on his part in the ordeal, Owolabi said: “I went to work that fateful day. When I came back, I went to Akpan’s house only to see him making love to the girl and when I entered his room, he just finished making love to her. I persuaded the girl to allow me sleep with her and she accepted.
“I made love to her too. While I was doing it with the girl, Lanre walked in and brought out his phone and claimed he was using the torch on the phone to look for something in the room, but he was filming me as I was making love to the girl. “We were arrested in the act.”
Lanre, who confessed to have had a carnal knowledge of the lady, noted: “Owolabi and I walked into Akpan’s apartment when we met both of them making love.
We persuaded the girl to allow us to make love to her too which she consented to. We went only one round each. When I brought my phone out, I only wanted to use the torch, I never thought of filming them in the act.
It was a mistake.” Akpan, in whose house the act was perpetrated, denied uploading the video online, adding that he had no idea his friends were coming around at the time he was in the act.
The Akwa Ibom state indigene said: “I am a bus conductor. It was some boys in my compound who I used to send on errands who saw the girl and introduced her to me.
We became friends thereafter, so the following day, she came to visit me. We were both inside my room and I persuaded her to allow me to make love to her which she accepted.
“My friends walked in and met us in the act. The room was dark, one of them wanted to use the torch on his phone. He did not know that the camera of the phone was recording what we were doing.
It was when we got to the police station they discovered the video on his phone. “I am not happy to find myself in this situation. I don’t know what to tell my parents back home if they see me in this condition.”
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