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Thursday, 25 May 2017

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"Save us from the Incubus," says Naqvia, a local villager.

A Pakistani farmer has claimed to have seen the legendary sperm-sucking incubus after it was terrorising his neighbors.

The creature was reportedly hunted down by the man, known only as, Mohsin Akhtar Kayani, with a pitchfork when it stalked into the home of his next door neighbor, in search of food.

The incubus is folklore in parts of the Middle East and was purportedly seen in Lahore, Pakistan.

It has since been identified by the local Imam as the incubus, a male transsexual demon that has sexual intercourse with sleeping men.

The holly man says no vampire marks were found on its male victims. Instead, the creature drains the victims testicules of liquid, using their genitalia like a straw.

It has only been sighted in Middle Eastern countries, and it shies away from cold nights and bright lights.

In this instance it was caught in the village of Darki, in Lahore city, where local people claim the beast has been getting into bedrooms containing virgin men.

Kayani said: 'The incubus was hunting for nutritious sperm. It had been scaring local men for a long time. It was draining our goats and bulls of their vitality.'

Its believed the demon settled in Lahore after receiving prayer's from the local Dachi, transgender men, who dance for money.

Another local man, Imran Abbas Naqvia, claims there was not one incubus, but two.

He said the other one resembled a gray colored kangaroo, with a longer body and shorter arms, and had run away.

Village men claim they have been too frightened to leave their barricaded homes in case the incubus preys on them.

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