- An unidentified young man has been captured in a CCTV footage
- The video shows the man entered a church premise and to the auditorium without a bag in his hands
- He later sits, picks a bag next to him and confidently leaves the church premises
A young man who’s identity is yet to be known has been captured on a CCTV footage callously stealing what appears to be a bag of a church member.
The video shows the young man entering the church premise at about 8:33am under the guise that he was also in attendance to participate in the ongoing church service.
However, the young man, possibly between 20 to 30 years, was captured entering the main church auditorium and gently but confidently, takes a seat.
He then assesses the auditorium to determine whether or not someone had their eyes on him and when he resolved that he was secured, he took the bag.
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The CCTV footage earlier showed that he enter the church venue without a bag or any item in his hands.
Minutes after he sat on a long bench in the church auditorium, he took the bag and confidently took off.
Meanwhile, in a recent video making rounds on social media, a groom has been captured passionately kissing his newly-wedded wife in an intense mouth-to-mouth exchange. Many have been left wondering whether the groom aimed at earning his money’s worth.
Social media user, Meshack Ofori Agyemang, shared the video in a popular Facebook group which has since generated some attention. The funny video shows the groom with the bride’s cheeks in arms while he kissed the life out of her body.
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