A senior pastor of a local church have screams out for help after he realise that his pen!s is no longer functioning.
The 47-year-old pastor from Glenvista in Johannesburg, South Africa seek help after accusing his side chick of “locking his penis” for breaking up with her.
The Pastor told Daily Sun that the lady who had been asking when he will divorce his wife, didn’t take the break-up very well when he first called off their romantic relationship in March.
He said the relationship continued but it was no longer as much fun.
He, however, confronted her about it, and he said she gave him an attitude and said she doesn’t have a reason to respect an unfaithful man.
The Pastor said;
“Sometimes when I asked to see her, she’d tell me she’s with another man
“I realised this one was trouble so I ended the relationship. That didn’t go well.
“She told me I’ll regret the day I met her and she’d destroy my marriage in any way she could.”
Meanwhile, the cleric said he realise that he had become impotent after trying to have sex with his wife in April. It continued even after he visited a urologist who gave him some pills and advised him to eat healthy.
“Last month, I tried again but the same thing happened. My heart dropped as my 4-5 hanged its head.
“I really regret what I did to my wife. I want my life back
“When I asked her what she did, she told me I messed with the wrong woman and ended the call.
The pastor narrated that when he tried calling her back, she didn’t answer but later Asked if he’s visited a sangoma (native doctor), which he replied “he’s a man of God and doesn’t believe in those practices”.
While speaking with the side chick, the 28-year-old lady told Daily Sun that she assumed the pastor dated her because he loved her and planned to divorce his wife.
When she asked if she indeed locked his pen!s
she laughed and then said he will learn to stop toying with women’s feelings before ending the call.
“He’s a man of God and I didn’t think he was just using me for a poke. I thought what we had was real.”
Meanwhile an expert in urology, Dr Kenneth Mulongo said most of these cases are caused by a combination of physical and emotional problems. He advised the pastor to come see him