A 19-year-old man was recently sexually assaulted by four women, each weighing over 200 pounds, in Toronto, Canada.
The man reportedly met the four women at a nightclub on March 31 and was offered a ride home.
Police said the women and the man left the club in a silver Honda SUV, but never went to the victim’s home.
According to New York Daily News, the SUV driver, a blonde female, took the group to an empty parking lot where the four women allegedly assaulted the 19 year old.
The women were described as white and in their 30s, wearing black dresses and high heels, but no pantyhose.
“Although the majority generally is females that are victims or complainants, it is not completely unusual for a male to be the victim of a sexual assault,” Detective Constable Thomas Ueberholz told The National Post.
“Other men will say for example, ‘Oh, he’s so lucky,’ like that was actually a positive thing when it wasn’t,” said Nicole Pietsch, co-ordinator of the Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres,. “I think that that just feeds into the myth that sexual violence is something the victim wants.”