Autopsy Report Reveals What Killed Man During Sex in Maize Plantation

August 16, 2019

An autopsy conducted on the body of a man who died while having sexual relations at a maize plantation in Uasin Gishu County has revealed the cause of death to be choking.

A postmortem report released at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital indicates Julius Bor, was highly intoxicated at the time of his death.

Doctors said that the Kapsaret constituency resident vomited and choked to death.

Mr Bor is said to have been on a drinking spree with his 40-year-old lover, Janet Misik Cheptoo, at Chepyakwai trading centre on Sunday night before they left at around midnight.

According to police, the lovers stopped at a local maize plantation where they had sex before Julius collapsed and died.

“On the way, they entered into the maize plantation to have sex where the deceased fainted and the lady rushed to get him water to drink, where he found him still unconscious,” a police report states.

The woman reportedly told detectives that the deceased became obsessed with nonstop sex after ingesting a sex booster pill.

“We were headed to the house but he became impatient and demanded that we do it at the maize plantation. However, he started becoming sick in the process before dying instantly,” said the woman as quoted by Nation.

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