- A beautiful lady has been made to do a hand picking for littering
- The police officer matched the lady boot-to-boot to do a hand picking
- Many have praised the police officer for enforcing the law
It looks like the laws of Ghana have started working as new photos show how a lady was handed an instant punishment for littering around.
YEN.com.gh has sighted photos of a police officer discharging his duties as he ordered a lady to do a hand picking.
According to a post on social media, the lady was passing by when she finished drinking a sachet of water and threw it on the floor.
The police officer after seeing her didn’t let her go and he made sure that she picked what she threw on the floor and even more.
After the photos went viral, social media users are praising the police officer for enforcing the law.
Harriet Dalaba expressed her excitement:: "Very good.."
Godson Joseph also wrote: "Very good."
Clement Sabi: "Good police officer."
YEN.com.gh recently reported how an Egyptian man and his girlfriend incurred the wrath of the law.
The couple were made to sweep the main lorry station of Assin Foso as punishment for the environmental health offence.
The man identified as Mohammed Fatari and his wife Fatima Nah were after they threw corn cobs into a railway bridge in the town.
Per reports the railway bridge had been littered for many years and has literally turned into a refuse dump in the centre of town.
As part of efforts to stop that practice, the municipal assembly decided to dredge the bridge and gutters around of the filth.
It was during the dredging process that Fatari who was travelling with his wife in a taxi who appeared and threw the cob into the same place. The assembly workers apprehended them and sent them to the police station.
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