CON MEN LET DOWN TEACHER WHO WANTED BIGGER MANHOOD
A man was conned out of P27 600 in a desperate attempt to steam up his performance in bed after two self-styled traditional doctors claimed they could enlarge his penis.
The 34-year-old teacher told a Francistown court that he consulted the men after he failed to satisfy his sex-starved fiancée. He described how his manhood was measured against a 15 centimetre long thick stick, which was produced in court as evidence, and told that after treatment it would enlarge to the same size.
Zimbabwean Chrispen Chawinga (24) and Malawian Alex Chipembe (31) were charged with fraudulently obtaining money.
Relating his story to the court the victim described how he had tried sex booster pills but only obtained temporary relief, and so turned to traditional doctors hoping to find a permanent solution.
“When I came home from work I would be very tired and needed time to rest a while before love making, but my fiancée constantly complained. She said I was not satisfying her and suspected the reason I was not performing was because I was cheating on her.
“I also felt that my penis was too small and that was another reason for the constant complaints. I saw an advert in one of the local newspapers claiming to treat such problems, and sought traditional help,” revealed the father of two.
“When I called the number on the advert Chrispen Chawinga answered and I told him that I wanted my manhood enlarged to be able to perform better sexually. When we met he introduced me to Alex Chipembe, whom he said was more powerful and would help with all my problems.”
The teacher, who boldly gave evidence despite the obvious amusement of the court, said the accused had demanded payment of P40 000, which he refused to pay in one instalment. He told the court: “I didn’t pay all the money at a go because I was not convinced. I was told it was a process so I kept popping out money believing that in the end I would have all my problems solved.”
He explained that he was told to bath in certain medicines and underwent a series of rituals.
“Because I refused to go with them to the bush for the ceremonies, I suggested my house. But they told me they needed a quiet place so I booked into a lodge.”
It was that Chipembe suggested that the teacher had other problems that he could solve. When he revealed that he had money problems they convinced him that they could increase his money if he made a further investment of P12 000.
When it later became apparent that neither his bank balance nor his penis were getting any bigger, the teacher at last came to his senses and reported the matter to the police who arrested the suspects.
The case continues next month.
Although the name of the teacher is known the man pleaded with The Voice reporter not to name him in the story, nor take his picture, as it would cause him embarrassment in front of his students. We have stood by our word even though his name has appeared in other media outlets.
DOES SIZE MATTER?
According to the website ‘netdoctor’ the most detailed research into the average length of erections, carried out in Mexico in a sample of around 300 American men, showed the average size of the erect penis to be 14.93 cm. At normal temperatures a non-erect penis usually measures between 8.5cm and 10.5cm from tip to base.
The article goes on to say that despite the fact that some men have big penises and some have smaller ones, just as some men have small feet and some have big feet, the measurement is not an index of virility.
It also points out that there is no correlation between penile size and race despite the myth that black men are better endowed than their white counterparts.
The article written by family planning expert Dr David Devlin states: “Though the vast majority of guys have more than enough bulk and length to perform well as lovers, there’s a widespread masculine obsession that ‘more would be better’.
“Companies who advertise penis-enlarging creams and pills on the internet make vast sums of money by exploiting this obsession. But other than surgery, there’s nothing that’s clinically proven to increase penis size.
“To the average man, his penis is, consciously or unconsciously, one of the most important things in the whole world. At an early age he discovers it and immediately becomes fascinated by it.
But then a note of uncertainty enters his mind: ‘Isn’t mine rather small?’ Look at Dad’s, look at big brother’s, look at those in the men’s changing room – and he asks himself if he will ever be as big as that.
And so he goes on through life, always a tiny bit sensitive about the size of his organ, always convinced that it would be nicer if it were just that little bit longer.
No matter how often it’s written that penile size doesn’t matter, and that women aren’t attracted to a man because of the length of his organ, many males continue to think the same way.”
For the complete article see http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/sex_relationships/facts/penissize.htm
Oct 10, 2014