A 26-year-old woman has been arrested by the Anyaa District police for sexually assaulting her fellow woman using a phallic vibrator after allegedly drugging her.
The suspect, Queeny Akuffu, who is said to be living in the same neighbourhood with the victim at Ablekuma in the Ga Central municipality, purportedly served the victim with hard liquor to daze her before inserting the phallic vibrator into her private part.
Akuffu, according to police reports, took a video footage of the act on her mobile phone afterwards.
As at the time of filing this report yesterday, she was in police custody assisting in investigations.
The vibrator has also been retrieved by the police together with the suspect’s mobile phone containing the video footage.
ASP Effia Tengey, Accra Regional Public Relations Officer who confirmed the act to DAILY GUIDE, said the incident occurred on Monday, January 25, 2016 at Ablekuma.
Around 6pm that Monday evening, a couple reported to the police that their daughter, 22 years of age (name withheld), had been sexually assaulted after being poisoned.
A medical form was issued to them for medical attention while an investigator was quickly dispatched to the house of the suspect to conduct investigations.
In the house, it came to light that the Queeny Akuffu, who is a neighbour and friend of the victim, had invited her for a drink.
According to ASP Tengey, when the victim got to the house, Akuffu was then drinking Vodka and had already drunk one-fourth of the content in the bottle.
The victim also joined the suspect to share the drink and while they were enjoying themselves, Queeny sent her 13-year-old sister to buy two bottles of beer which they shared in addition.
After taking the drink, the police officer indicated, the victim became drowsy and so Queeny allegedly
took off her (victim’s) dress and inserted the phallic vibrator into her vagina.
While recording the act onto her mobile phone, the victim’s parents budged in and caught Akuffu in the act.
She will be sent to court after investigations are over.
By Linda Tenyah-Ayettey