Madman ‘arrests’ another madman; drags him to police station for stealing his radio (Video)

Madman ‘arrests’ another madman; drags him to police station for stealing his radio (Video)

- A video of a man with mental challenges dragging another in the same condition to a police station has gone viral

- The incident is believed to have occurred in Sierra Leone and was because the suspect allegedly stole a radio set

- The video has attracted reactions from a cross-section of social media users

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YEN.com.gh is in possession of a video of two men, in which one is dragging the other to the police station.

Information available shows that both men have mental challenges and their dresses appear to confirm that claim.

It is not clear where the incident occurred but a social media user revealed that it took place in Sierra Leone.

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The video begins with one of the men holding to the other’s shirt and marching him by the side of the road to a police station.

A third man, who is not visible in the video then says that the madman being dragged to be police station has stolen a radio.

He adds that this is an amazing situation as some people with fully functional mental faculties do not even act like this.

Some social media users have reacted to the video:

Afeez commended the commentator behind the video.

Smart added that God uses crazy things to conform the wise

To Ibrahim, this is a law-abiding madman.

Barrow expressed surprise over the fact that people were referring to the men as 'crazy'.

Simplice added that educated and normal people will not do this.

Brown doubted the man in the video is insane.

In other news, Ghanaian musician and political activist, Kwame Asare Obeng, better known as A-Plus, has given a massive endorsement to the act of rising musician, Bosom P-Yung.

Taking to Facebook, A-Plus began with a quote attributed to Dave Ramsey, which is focused on acting outside the normal and the accepted.

The quote calls for a decision to be unconventional and a deviation from that which is average and mediocre.

He, therefore, took the opportunity to advise Bosom to refrain from being normal as that is not good.

He added that even if people complain about the musician’s red hair or his style of singing, it should be the least of his worries.

In his opinion, Bosom could go far if he improves his unique style as in the case of popular Ghanaian musicians, Wanluv and Mensa.

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