Hardcore sex secrets of madman’s underground dungeons
HATED dictator Colonel Gaddafi – who kept a harem of schoolgirl sex slaves – also used to get his thrills from GAY PORN.
That was one of the eyepopping discoveries made after the madman fled his £50million palace in the Libyan capital Tripoli.
In Sunday Sport we told the story of Soraya – a girl snatched from home by Gaddafi’s tough Amazonian henchwomen when she was just 15.
She had her public area shaved and was forced to dress in skimpy lingerie – after which Gaddafi would rape and sodomise her at will.
Soraya was only discovered FIVE YEARS later in 2011 when Libyans finally rose up against the psychopath who had ruled over them with an iron fist for 42 years.
While Gaddafi was on the run, rebels stormed his palace compound and were amazed at what they found.
Beneath the main building, accessed through huge wrought iron gates that had to be torn down by bulldozer, was a catacomb of hidden corridors and cellars.
In each of the windowless, humid cells were three or four young women – each of them in leg chains manacled to the floor.
This was Gaddafi’s secret harem – his personal live collection of females to be selected and used as an when the urge took him.
He would order his women guards down to the cellars at least four times a day to bring him up a woman.
After brutally raping them while high on drink and drugs, many would suffer horrific injuries that would normally require hospital treatment.
Gaddafi’s girls got no such thing. After his first rape of Soraya, three days after she arrived, she bled for 36 hours.
That horrific discovery was not the only thing the rebels found beneath the dictator’s palace.
Like deposed Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, power crazed Gaddafi had an obsession with gold.
When the rebels stormed his compound, they found a whole cache of weapons and some in his personal stash that had been dipped in liquid gold.
One handgun was encrusted with jewels with his name carved into the handle.
He also had a huge indoor underground pool and a fully stocked and staffed private zoo for his children that only they could visit.
His son Saadi kept nine LIONS as pets in his private animal sanctuary and visited them every day with a squad of armed guards.
Gaddafi seemed to have an obsession in either the latest Prince of Persia movie starring Jake Gyllenhaal or the actor himself.
That was evidenced by the very large movie poster plastered on the wall of one of his grand halls.
Then there was his private Michael Jackson-style Neverland – his own private amusement park with concessions, games and even rides like a sky-swinger and a teacup ride that looked like they were straight out of some mini-Disney World.
The thought that Gaddafi was having a grand old time on a carousel in the middle of a war-torn nation where people suffered daily made the invaders more furious than they already were.
Gaddafi’s troops had worked hard to stamp out any form of resistance or individuality that wasn’t in line with his own.
So when the rebels broke into one of his private offices, they were to make yet another startling discovery – a hardcore gay DVD called Boyz Tracks hidden under a stack of catalogues for expensive cars and yachts.
Another gaudy possession that also produced one of the most recognised images in the wake of Gaddafi’s toppling was the specially made golden couch that Gaddafi commissioned for his only daughter Ayesha.
The pure gold couch was made into a mermaid and featured her striking likeness.
Then the rebels found a book containing hundreds of pictures of former United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in one of his offices.
The two met during one of Rice’s many overseas trips with foreign ministers and heads of state and Gaddafi seemed to take a shine to her after a visit in 2007.
At the time he had told the Arabic TV station Al Jazeera: “Leezza, Leezza, Leezza, I love her very much” and called her his “darling black African woman”.
The rebels even found his famed golden golf cart smashed into a wall.
But it was the network of tunnels, cellars and bunkers – and the enslaved young women inside them – that chilled them the most.
The long series of winding tunnels and bunkers went nearly 40 feet underneath his compound.
Eyewitnesses reported the secret rooms and hallways as a creepy, deathly silent corridor of desolation and despair.
Rooms were filled with used camera equipment and videotapes indicating the location where Gaddafi would record his threatening addresses to his people before he fled.
Prior to that he had used the same equipment to record himself abusing members of his shackled harem.
In the wake of the revolution, numerous Libyan men and women also shared their stories of abductions, rapes, torture, and murder.
Four months before his death, the International Criminal Court had issued a warrant for Gaddifi, yet could find no victims willing to testify to rape.
Gaddifi was on the run for just two months before he was discovered in his home town of Sirte.
The feared colonel, the psychotic tyrant, was dragged screaming from his storm drain hiding place – and executed in the street.