- A man dressed as a woman has been caught in a Night Club in after he swindled men to buy him stuff
- After been busted, he was disgraced and humiliated by having his pictures posted on Facebook
A male cross-dresser met his ‘Waterloo’ after his disguising act was discovered by some patron of a night club who actually though the man was a woman all along
The cross-dresser, whose name is yet to be revealed was seen in a lady’s clothes wearing a padded bra underneath.
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He also had a wig on to compliment the disguise which was going to allow him ‘defraud’ unsuspecting men who visited the night club.
The young man was unfortunately caught after he had been treated to a good time by some patrons of the night club
It has been alleged that the young man dressed like a woman to be able to trick men who trooped into the night club.
According to some reports, the man was caught in a nightclub after eating Sharwama, Suya and drinking enough beer which were paid for by others.
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After he was caught, some people in the night club took pictures of him as a way to humiliate and disgrace him for deceiving the general public.
The photos that were taken and posted on social media showed the real gender of the once ‘woman’.
A Facebook user in Port Harcourt, Rivers state, Simeon Nsirim Chukwu shared the pictures and captioned it, “Please our young men should beware of who they mingle at night with.
“This young man who disguise himself as a woman was caught in a night club after eating sharwama, suya and consuming enough beer. Poverty in the land”, the social media user continued.
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