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Raped, branded and beaten, he is one of more than 50 men who say they were abducted and tortured under Sri Lanka's current government.
The men's previously unpublished accounts conjure images of the bloody civil war that ended in 2009.
Piers Pigou, a South African human rights investigator, said he has not seen torture of this scale in his 40-year career.
“The levels of sexual abuse being perpetuated in Sri Lanka by authorities are the most egregious and perverted that I've ever seen.” Sri Lanka has so far failed to investigate war crimes allegations stemming from its 26-year civil war.
Sri Lanka's representative in London, Amari Wijewardene, declined interview requests.
The International Truth and Justice Project, an advocacy group administered by the Foundation for Human Rights, has gathered testimony from more than 60 Sri Lankans across Europe — 52 of whom were part of the AP's investigation.
Most of the men say they were sexually abused or raped, sometimes with sticks wrapped in barbed wire.
Homosexuality is illegal in Sri Lanka and rape carries a significant social stigma.
Witness #205 said he was held for 21 days in a small room where he was raped 12 times, burned with cigarettes, beaten with iron rods and hung upside- down.
The country also participates in UN peacekeeping missions.
Recently, the Indian Ocean nation was asked to sit on a UN leadership committee trying to combat sexual abuse.
An AP investigation earlier this year found that 134 Sri Lankan peacekeepers participated in a child sex ring in Haiti that persisted for three years. Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, a top UN diplomat who has pushed for accountability in Sri Lanka, was aghast at the AP's accounts of the 50 men.