Nigerian man in disbelief as ‘clever thief’ steals his bicycle in the presence of security guards (Video)
A Nigerian chef identified as Fasanmi Afolabi has raised an alarm after his bicycle was stolen at a supermarket.
He cried out on microblogging platform, Twitter, and shared a video of the theft happening with security guards around.
A CCTV camera captured the moment Fasanmi arrived with the bicycle and parked it outside, where there were two security guards.
The suspect could be seen walking as if he was trying to get something in the car park, so the security men did not notice him when he somehow maneouvred his way into mounting the bicycle and rode it away.
Fasanmi said he was in pains as a result of the incident and he as baffled about how easily the man stole his bicycle.
He wrote; “Someone stole my Bicycle at the supermarket earlier today… I’m in pains.
Watch the video below:
CorrectNG reported weeks ago that a Nigerian lady identified as Doris Kendris single-handedly nabbed and bundled a thief that broke into her mum’s shop at night.
She revealed that she was able to tie him up and decided to wait till the next morning before taking another action.
The young photographer shared photos of the suspected thief who was bound with a rope and a part of the store door which he damaged trying to gain access into the store.
Doris, who described herself as wonder woman, gave an update hours later that he had been carried away by neighbours.
She wrote; “Guysssssss😭 I just caught a thief that came to steal from my mom’s shop. Long story short I have tied him and waiting for morning to reach.”
Doris added; “Update. People are awake now and he has been taken away. I’m Okay. (You can call me Wonder Woman shaa😕)”
A tweep @DerealEkpenyong recommended; Give him food he looks hungry.
But she replied; “I’m not giving him any food. For stressing me and giving me sleepless night. Why didn’t he come correct”
Another user @sammysam0202 said; Just give this guy food and small change. Abeg….
Doris insisted that he was “Not given anything. Why break a door when you could have asked gently?”