Male stripper asked a young hitchhiker to have group sex in a nudist commune in New Zealand

A young woman who used to love hitchhiking shares the chilling moment when a washed-up male stripper in a BMW asked her to take off her clothes in the car and have group sex with him in a nudist commune.

Marina McKenzie had been hitchhiking with friendly strangers in New Zealand for about four months by the time a ‘tight’ man in active clothes pulled up on the outskirts of Christchurch, in the South Island, in May this year.

Growing up in California, the 25-year-old was worried she wouldn’t be able to get a ride because there weren’t many cars around, so she jumped at the chance when the man — in his early 40s — offered her a seat.

“I made a quick judgment and he didn’t seem sketchy at first,” Marina told the Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday.

Marina McKenzie (pictured) used to love hitchhiking before she had a horror experience in May this year

Marina (pictured) is an avid traveler and was excited to explore New Zealand's South Island

Marina (pictured) is an avid traveler and was excited to explore New Zealand’s South Island

As soon as she closed the car door, photographer and videographer realized she had made a mistake.

“Something didn’t feel right,” she recalled.

‘I said ‘how are you?’ and the look in his eyes was creepy, like he had an agenda and wouldn’t just give me a ride.’

A few seconds into the 40-minute journey to Greymouth, the man began telling her that he was on his way to one of the many nudist communities in the country and asked her how she would feel if he drove naked.

Marina felt surprised, but to his surprise, she explained confidently that she would feel uncomfortable if he did.

Instead of backing off, the stranger was urged on.

She successfully hitchhiked for four months before having a terrible experience with a male stripper

She successfully hitchhiked for four months before having a terrible experience with a male stripper

“It was like I sparked something in him — he wanted to convince me it was appropriate to drive naked, and he wanted me to be on the same mental level as him,” she said.

The man went into an unprovoked tirade explaining that he used to be a male stripper and would have sex with multiple women in front of large crowds, but he found it difficult to get work as he got older.

He enjoyed making other people feel uncomfortable and held orgies in public areas, such as on the beach, so that others would be forced to watch.

At some point during the journey, he began to mimic masturbation with his hands.

Each time he revealed another sexual exploitation, he eagerly awaited her reaction — hoping to shock her.

Marina said the man told her about his sexual conquests in detail, and that he pulled out a few

Marina said the man told her about his sexual conquests in detail, and that he pulled out a few

Marina knew he was trying to provoke her and tried to remain as neutral as possible, even though she desperately wanted to get out of the car.

“We were in the middle of nowhere and my bags were in the trunk, that’s something I never do, but I was tired and I didn’t want them on my lap, and my phone was almost dead, but there was no reception anyway . ‘ said the young woman.

When he started asking her to take her clothes off, her panic turned to fear.

“He stopped talking about himself and turned to me and said ‘I would really like to see you naked’ and ‘I bet you have a very nice body’.”

The man kept trying to ask her if she would like to go to the nudist commune with him — “because there aren’t many young people there,” he explained.

Marina now lives in regional Queensland.  She used to work at a cattle station and now works in a bar

Marina now lives in regional Queensland. She used to work at a cattle station and now works in a bar

Marina was in survival mode and did everything she could to keep him talking – she was terrified that if he had time to think, he might not let her out of the car.

Finally he stopped on a deserted road and said ‘this is where I’m going – are you sure you don’t want to come with me?’

The young woman tried to keep her voice calm as she explained that she wanted to continue traveling and go to Greymouth, and thanked him for the offer.

“I was afraid he almost wouldn’t let me out, but he packed my bags and left me in shock on this random road,” Marina said.

It was about 5pm and it was getting dark and cold.

There was no reception and nowhere for passing cars to slow down and pick her up.

Marina was shocked when a group of teenagers on the road started yelling at her and throwing beer cans at her

Marina was shocked when a group of teenagers on the road started yelling at her and throwing beer cans at her

“I started looking around for places to sleep, but I sold my sleeping bag the day before because it didn’t fit in my bag anymore, and I thought I wouldn’t need it,” Marina said.

While she was exploring the area, a group of teenagers stopped across the road and started yelling at her, beckoning her and promising to give her a lift.

She got closer and they started throwing empty beer cans at her.

The group ran away, then circled back and threw more cans out the window in her direction.

Finally, a family came by and offered to take her to the next town, which was only a ten-minute drive away.

From there she managed to get a lift to Greymouth and arrived exhausted, emotionally drained and terrified to hitchhike.

“I got to a hostel and the owner was very aggressive towards Americans – he said the US should explode and everyone in it should die, and he raved about it for 20 minutes,” Marina said.

Marina finally went to bed and cried herself to sleep.

She is excited to see her mother (pictured together) who lives in California, where Marina grew up

She is excited to see her mother (pictured together) who lives in California, where Marina grew up

While she was forced to hitchhike out of Greymouth because there were no tourist buses, Marina now lives in regional Queensland, Australia, and hasn’t hitchhiked since.

“Maybe I’ll do it again someday, but I’m not going to try it in Australia,” she said.

“I’d love to see more of Australia, but I’m tired and as soon as the borders open, I’ll go home and see my mother.”

She posted her experience on Facebook as a warning to other female travelers, adding that she has been “extra careful” photographing license plates before getting in the car with strangers and letting friends know where she is.

“It only takes one creep to ruin all the great hitchhiking moments,” she wrote.

Other travelers flocked to the comments section to share their stories.

One woman said she doesn’t even trust Uber drivers, but others said their experiences have been mostly positive.

“I’ve hitchhiked so many times in areas where it’s common, sometimes with friends and sometimes not, and while I haven’t had a negative experience (yet), I can totally imagine the fear you describe when you get into someone’s car and you realize you made a mistake,” one wrote.

Another said: ‘So glad you got out of that situation unscathed! While hitchhiking you come across real creeps, so it’s so important to trust your gut.’

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