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An exhausted Turkish man living in Germany has asked cops to protect him from his sex-mad missus, Bild reports.

The bleary-eyed victim of his wife's "voracious embraces" walked into a police station in the southwestern city of Waiblingen on Tuesday to explain he'd spent four years kipping on the sofa in a vain attempt to get some shut-eye.

Police explained: "He has decided to get a divorce and to move out in the hope of finally getting some rest, particularly as he is anxious to arrive at work well rested.

"At the moment this is impossible because he says his wife keeps coming into the living room demanding that he perform his marital duties. He asked for police help in getting some sleep at night."

The couple have been married for 18 years and have two kids, Bild notes. ®

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