Julius Bor, a 35-year-old man whose body was found lifeless in a maize plantation on Monday at Chepyakwai in Kapseret constituency died of vomit chock, an autopsy report has revealed.
The autopsy was performed by pathologists in the presence of the police, family members and Janet Misik Cheptoo, the lover to the deceased, at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital Mortuary.
Furthermore, the doctors' report revealed that the man was highly intoxicated and had also swallowed sexually enhancing pills before the act.
On Monday, the fateful day, the two were reported to have been on a drinking spree at a bar in Chepyakwai centre in Kapseret. They, later on, left the centre for a maize plantation, where they engaged in lovemaking before the man breathed his last.
“On the way [home], they entered into a maize plantation to have sex, where the man fainted. Janet then rushed and informed the village elder, Jackson Misoi, about what had transpired,” read part of the police report as quoted by K24.
The report further reads, “On the way, they entered into the maize plantation to have sex where the deceased fainted and the lady rushed to get him water to drink, where he found him still unconscious.”
According to Janet, the deceased lover had insisted that the loving-making session should resume prior to his death.
She was apprehended on Tuesday in connection to the death but was released on Wednesday.