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INCREDIBLE! Filmmaker claims his manhood was stolen, returned by suspected ritualists

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INCREDIBLE! Filmmaker claims his manhood was stolen, returned by suspected ritualists

A Nigerian filmmaker identified as John Cine Wilcox has taken to social media to reveal how he was able to retrieve his stolen penis, which he claimed was stolen by suspected ritualists in Lagos.

John wrote saying that the strangers (one of them an okada rider) came to shake his hand in the Ikota area of Lagos, and he immediately felt emptiness in his balls, which prompted him to raise an alarm almost immediately.

According to the filmmaker, the ritualists made an attempt to escape after the act, but he was able to get them arrested with the help of security men at a Wema Bank close to the scene of the incident.

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The filmmaker said he was able to retrieve his ‘balls’ with the help of the policemen who eventually rounded up the suspects and took them the station for further questioning.

John wrote thus on Twitter; “I am on my way to police station with the help of Wema Bank security who called in men of SARS. A bike man and another cane to me shook my hand and immediately want to run away and I couldn’t feel my two balls again when I raised alarm.

“Thank God for Wema Bank securities and thank God to Ikota Police Station. while Police tortured them, they asked to pray and while they spoke in strange language and touching me. My balls came back. What do I do to assure permanent return,” he asked.

INCREDIBLE! Filmmaker claims his manhood was stolen, returned by suspected ritualists INCREDIBLE! Filmmaker claims his manhood was stolen, returned by suspected ritualists

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