Down Kenya way, a referee is suing the Kenyan football federation over a pitch invasion he says left him impotent. Martin Wekesa is seeking $240,000 in compensation from the FKF due to injuries he received while refereeing a game involving Sparki Youth. After he sent a Sparki Youth player off, Wekesa was attacked by players and coaches who hit, kicked and in the case of one coach, grabbed his testicles. This has had a serious impact on Wekesa marital harmony. PAY THE MAN.
The coach in question is Daudi Kajembe, who pleaded not guilty to causing grievous bodily harm in a criminal case.
“He pulled my testicles. He actually pressed them and I was hanging on him when he was pulling me. I was crying and could not get myself out from his hands,” Wekesa said. “I remember Kajembe told me, raising his hand, ‘I can kill you in a minute,’ and came directly to my testicles.”
Hold on. I’m going to need a minute.
Wekesa was rescued by a police officer, he said, but slumped to his knees in pain on the pitch before being taken to the hospital. He is now unable to have sex with his wife, he claims, saying it is “impossible.”
“It is so painful, painful, painful in my areas,” he said.
Too painful for sex, which has Martin’s wife Mary a little upset.
“We used to live as wife and husband. Nowadays we don’t, so that’s how the life has changed,” Mary Wekesa said.
Poor Mary. Missing out on that hot football referee lovin’. Which apparently was good enough to keep the marriage together, because now that it’s gone, they can’t live as wife and husband.
The Kenyan FA has yet to respond to Wakesa’s letter requesting compensation for the medical bills and his inability to do his marital duties.
Source: Associated Press