- A gentleman whose name has been withheld reportedly borrowed a shirt from a friend and sent it to a tailor for alteration
- A popular Facebook influencer named Nutakor Korku Michael broke the news on his official handle
- The post received massive reactions from Facebook users
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A man is reported to have gone beyond his limits to perform alteration on a shirt he borrowed from a friend.
Nutakor Korku Michael, a social media influencer, broke the news on his Facebook handle where he chose to add his regular touch of humour to the news.
It is intriguing to know how some people could go several lengths to just make life suit them without regards to what their decisions might do to others.
The gentleman whose name was not disclosed clearly did not really consider that the owner of the shirt might not be pleased with the changes he decided to make to the dress.
He simply went ahead and did what would satisfy him.
The fact that the incident occurred around the Christmas festivities suggests that the man likely asked for the dress to attend a Christmas event.
There were lots of reactions to the Facebook post of the news.
See Nutakor's post below:
Kojo Brobbey Blakk said:
"Hahahaha like someone who borrowed someone's laptop and changed the password"
Ama Paintsil appeared to have gone to the extreme with her laughter. She said:
"am having a migraine but I still had to laf, couldn't control myself..aeii"
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