A footage has surfaced of a man who allegedly posed as a woman in a bar and ended up attracting a military man who took him home unaware.
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The military man was captured in the video beating the young man who allegedly posed as a lady to go home with him.
The military officer reportedly paid for food and beers for the man-woman before they left the bar to his room in the barracks only to discover that, his catch was a few man.
celebritiesbuzz.com reports that after the Kenyan military man discovered that his catch was a man and not a woman, he 'punished' him for his actions.
The footage shows the military man together with his colleague brutally assault the man who could be seen in pain as they lashed him.
YEN.com.gh first sighted the video after celebritiesbuzz.com shared the video online along with a report.
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In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that as people go through different stages of growth and maturity, there are certain decisions they’ll come to regret and hope they had taken differently.
Some of these decisions define people’s persona and ultimately impact various aspects of their lives. Just as they say, if one does not like their life, they’d have to change the mindset about a situation to see themselves at a better place.
This would mean that the individual would have to take a decision and take action to engineer change.
However, some of these decisions may not always produce consequences that are in the interest of the individual and one may not always have the opportunity to do better, especially at old age.
As we grow up, there would surely be a time that one would wish they had done things better.
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