Police in Toronto are viewing surveillance footage from several nightclubs after a 19-year-old man said he was sexually assaulted by a gang of women.
The man "befriended" four women while out at a club late March 30, and agreed to a ride home, Toronto police said.
But instead they drove him to a dark parking lot, where they sexually assaulted him, police said. The man "did not consent to any of those activities," police spokeswoman Constable Wendy Drummond said.
Cops would not discuss the details of the alleged attack, saying the assault could have included a range of "unwanted sexual contact" including "kissing, touching and oral, [up to] to penetration."
Drummond said the sexual assault of a man is handled by police much the same way it would if the victim were a woman.
"People seem to be surprised that this is male victim," she said. "However, males or females can be victims of sexual assault. Every sexual assault leaves its own evidence and we collect that evidence."
ABC News does not identify the alleged victims of sexual assault.
All four women are described as being between 30 and 36 years old. They are all described as being 5-foot-4 and weighing between 190 and 200 pounds.
The women were driving a silver Honda SUV.