In what could best be described as “stealing in style”, an older woman has been captured on camera stealing from the bag of another woman.
YEN.com.gh understands that the incident happened in a banking hall, where both women had gone to transact business.
In the video that has generated much interest on social media, the older woman was captured putting her hand in the other woman’s bag.
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The unsuspecting woman had left her bag on the seat while she was still seated, but had her head bowed.
The thief then pulled the bag closer to her side, and while looking around to see if she was being watched, slid her hand into it.
She then opened her own bag, and started putting into it anything she made away with from the other woman’s bag.
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Occasionally, the woman thief stops, look around, and move her body as if she was making some dance moves, then put her hand back into the bag again for more items.
All this while, the owner of the bag still had her head bowed not knowing what was going on behind her.
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Meanwhile, another video of a woman who was allegedly caught stealing at an event popped up online.
A camera captured her stealing items at a funeral ceremony including a bouquet, wine glass, and even a serving tray.
Interestingly, after the video went viral, the woman has spoken, claiming that she was only acting and not stealing in real life.
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