The perpetrator befriends the women on social media, gets their cell numbers and instructs them to record themselves performing sexual acts with different sexual partners each week, as part of ridding themselves of the snakes.
According to the women, it all started from a Facebook friend request, titled ” prophetic deliverance .”
The SABC News team has discovered that the friends’ list of the seemingly fake account, is only women. Out of desperation for spiritual solutions to their problems, these women, unknowingly walked into a lion’s den.
They were told that, for their various ailments, they had snakes in their wombs, which got there sexually and will have to be removed the same way. For their healing, they were instructed to go scout for men and indulge in sexual intercourse with them. They had to do this, each week with a different man. They were to record the sexual act and send the video to the “Prophet ”
A social worker says something needs to be done to stop such degrading acts against women.
“In this incident, we can confirm based on the paraphilic disorder or sexual disorders that this incident where the perpetrator looks at the victim performing the sexual activity, it is called sexual sadism that is inflicting the pain to the victim emotionally, psychologically and socially in the fact that that video will be viral. However, we also see that the perpetrator himself might be having his own problems of satisfying her sexual need when she looks at the video.”
None of the women have lodged a complaint with the police. But police are urging all the victims of the scam, to come forward and open cases against the alleged ” Prophet ” so that police can launch an investigation.
Spokesperson for the police in the North West Brigadier Sabata Mokgwabone says, “On the basis of the allegation or the information I got it is apparent that there are elements of criminality especially theft, fraud, and sexual offenses in terms of criminal law sexual offenses and the amendment act of 2007. So in this instance, it means the victims are more than welcome to open a case at the nearest police station.”
Women are urged to exercise caution on people who claim powers, with instant solutions to their social or spiritual problems, especially using social media.
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