Could this be a world record or what? A man from Good hope farm in the outskirts of Bulawayo is having sex for seven and a half hours at night and also sessions in the morning and afternoon with his wife making it roughly 10 hours a day of strong sex!
There are only breaks when his wife is sick and whenever she complains about too much sex she is beaten up. That is the story of Dubekile Moyo whose name in English means 'the suffering one'. Her husband Thabani Moyo, aged 47, is the mean sex machine.
Dubekile has since taken the matter to court where she revealed her unemployed husband has all the time in the world to have sex with her, but she needs to rest.
"The timetable has 3 sessions that is mid-morning, afternoon and the evening. When we engage in sex he takes long to finish as he drinks a concoction that arouses him a lot," she said.
There is no room for a NO answer.
"If I refuse he insults me and threatens to marry another woman," she said.
She added that she rarely sleeps as her husband demands too much sex after drinking his concoction .
"When its time to sleep I become miserable because I would be sexually abused. The session takes almost 1 hour 30 minutes to finish and he sleeps with me more than five times during the night. I get rest when I am sick but usually when I have not fully recovered he forces me to engage in sex with him," she said.
She said she had endured torture for the last 3 years.
"The sexual abuse started in 2012 and it has been ongoing ever since that time. I have tried to talk to him but he never listens and I once talked to my aunt to talk to him but he never changed. I have decided to end the relationship because I might die through too much sex," she said.
Moyo admitted that he was a sex crazed husband and he attributed that to the fact he has an erectile dysfunction which is the reason for the concoction. He also added that he wanted to save his marriage and that the concoction made him demand too much sex and apologised.
The presiding magistrate Stephen Ndlovu ordered the two to go for counselling and come back to court on November 27.