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A bucks' night reveller told police he had lost some of his manhood after a female stripper allegedly raped him with a sex toy.
The stripper has been committed to stand trial for rape.
The best man told police he felt violated when stripper Linda Naggs rode him like a horse and penetrated him with a dildo at the party in September last year, the Melbourne Magistrates Court heard on Tuesday.
"I feel that my manhood has dropped a bit," he told police in his statement.
A witness said the man was on all fours with his pants around his ankles when he told Naggs, who had the sex toy strapped around her waist, "don't put it in."
Naggs, 39, told police she did not believe there was penetration. But she said the man had thrust back, causing her to fall to the ground.
A fight then ensued between them, with onlookers having to separate them, witnesses said.
Naggs threw a punch but missed and allegedly threatened to call her bikie mates.
Naggs' minder Cheryl Buckley said the crowd was loud and aggressive and appeared to be "off their heads".
Ms Buckley said two people at the party on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula had offered her and Naggs speed and cocaine but they refused. Witnesses at the committal hearing denied seeing drugs at the party.
During the strip show, the men, many of whom were Greek-Australian, had been cheering and one yelled, "Greeks invented the ass", she said.
Ms Buckley said the first stripper warned Naggs as she entered the party the men were "nasty arrogant pigs".
The first stripper later told police the men called her a bitch and suggested a "gang bang".
Ms Buckley said the alleged victim was shouting and angry and wanted his money back.
Naggs appeared nervous, confused and angry, saying: "It didn't go in. It was an accident, I didn't mean it", a witness said.
Ms Buckley said Naggs was escorted to a bedroom by a number of men and the alleged victim punched her to the back of her head, leaving a cut.
He also threw a piece of blood-stained toilet paper at her, the court heard.
Ms Buckley said a man later snatched the money for the performance from her hands.
The alleged victim - described as conservative - told police he did not give Naggs permission to penetrate him with the toy.
"I know what she did was wrong and I am worried she may have done that to someone before," he said in his statement.
"I don't feel mentally well about it and I am disgusted that it happened."
Magistrate Elizabeth Lambden said there were some inconsistencies with testimonies from witnesses but ruled there was enough evidence for a jury to convict Naggs.
Naggs has pleaded not guilty to a count of rape and will stand trial in the County Court in July next year.
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