A man on Thursday was allegedly caught stealing female underwear by locals in Ikeja area of Lagos State.
According to eyewitnesses, the man was challenged to unveil what he was carrying in his bag, instead he declined and began to rain insults on his accusers.Unknown to him, he has been seen from a distance when he was removing the underwears from where they were.
Lagos residents did not give in to the man’s threat, but forcefully took the man’s bag and it was discovered that the man was in possession of female underwear.
Mayo Ojo, an eyewitness said “We were upstairs and all of a sudden, one of us, Tunde, saw a man picking up bras, pants and some clothes that were spread outside.
“When he was done, he looked in different directions to ensure that nobody saw him. As he began walking away with those items, we came down and alerted other residents, who stopped him.
“Rather than being remorseful, the man began threatening that he would deal with us for insulting him.
“When the people asked him to open the bag he was carrying, he bragged that he was going to beat them up. But when the people forced him to open the bag, they were surprised to see bras, pants and clothes in the bag.”
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