Women forcing men to have sex with them at gun point along the country’s highways have resurfaced along the Masvingo-Beitbridge road.
Three cases have so far been reported with the latest being on the Sunday the 4th of January.
Police spokesperson, Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba confirmed the cases.
According to the information from the police, a 22-year-old Zimbabwean working in South Africa boarded an unregistered Nissan X-Trail vehicle from Beitbridge going to Harare at around 1900 hrs on Sunday.
The vehicle had three people one male who was driving and two females who pretended to be strangers.
Upon reaching Chivi turn off, the vehicle turned along the Tokwe-Mhandamabwe road and stopped after travelling for about four kilometres.
The man was robbed of his mobile phone, US$150 and 4000 rand at gun point.
The accused persons drove three kilometres further where a Toyota Gaia with two female adults emerged.
The women had pistols.
The complainant, whose hands had been tied, was then forcibly injected with an unknown substance by the man and forced to have sex with the three women.
Senior Assistant Commissioner Charamba urged the public to desist boarding private vehicles especially unregistered Toyota Gaia, Toyota Ipsum, Toyota Noah, Toyota Duet and Toyota Vitz vehicles as they are mostly used by unscrupulous people.
Female rapists made headlines in 2011 and 2012, with many cases being reported.
Three women were arrested on allegations of being the rapists.
Many people believe the rapists are on a sperm collection spree for ritual purposes.