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'I can't walk. Please help me', sobbed second victim

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A Munich nymphomaniac is languishing in hospital under psychiatric observation after two men suffered extended sexual ordeals at the hands of the rampant temptress.

According to local cops, the unnamed woman met her first victim, a 43-year-old man, in a bar. He willingly accompanied her to her place, where they had sex "several times". He initially refused demands for more nookie, but as a police spokesman explained, he "complied with the woman's wishes another few times so he could finally leave the apartment".

The spokesman added: "But when she continued to refuse [to let him leave] and demanded even more sex from him, he fled to the balcony."

The exhausted victim called cops from his mobile, pleading: "You have got to help me. She is trying to kill me with sex. I cannot get out - and I cannot go on!"

A cuffing didn't deter the bow-legged Munich black widow, however. Police subsequently found a 31-year-old African man sobbing on the pavement outside her flat after an epic 36-hour session.

He said: "I met her on a bus. She invited me back here. Oh God, it was hell. I can't walk. Please help me."

The Sun reckons the poor bloke was entrapped by the nymphomaniac when she was on her way back from a sex addiction clinic.

The Daily Mail has disappointingly failed to mention the delicious addiction clinic detail, but does note that the woman is "believed to be 47".

Both mighty organs do, though, report that when officers rushed to free her first victim, she offered them a "quickie". ®

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