Things fall apart in video as fun turns into fee for young lady who was dancing in supermarket

Things fall apart in video as fun turns into fee for young lady who was dancing in supermarket

- Fun turned into fees for a young lady who was captured dancing in a supermarket

- She was with her friends and dancing when all of a sudden, her handbag hooked a bottle which fell on the floor

- She was there to have fun but it all ended in tears

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A young lady's joy immediately turned into an unfortunate situation in a trending video as she was dancing in a supermarket only for her moves to land her in trouble.

In a video sighted by on the official Instagram handle of Facts and Truths, the lady who appeared to be a teenager was with her friends at the shop.

They moved to a corner of the shopping centre where nobody could spot them and decided to have some fun with dancing while they still had some time.

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One of the accomplices took a phone to record the moment when the lady who put herself in trouble started showing her dance moves.

Everything was fine as all the friends admired her skills until she decided to turn around only for her handbag to hook one of the glass products on the shelf.

Before she could say jack, the bottle fell on the floor, broke down into pieces and poured out its content which would be paid by the young lady.

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In other words, her fun had turned into fees for her.

Meanwhile, renowned Ghanaian sprinter Joseph Paul Amoah has successfully graduated from the Coppin State University in the United States with an admirable degree in Accounting.

In a post sighted by on the personal Instagram handle of the Ghanaian athlete, Joseph Amoah was sighted at different parts of the university in his graduation gown and cap.

Joseph posted the photos along with the caption, “Not about where you are, but who you are” signifying the somewhat long journey from Kumasi to the United States.

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