- A young boy was recently caught trying to steal canned fish from a supermarket in Lagos
- According to a Facebook user, Segun Availeth Oyedele, he was caught after the attendant noticed his waistline grew thicker
- Photos shared shows the young man with several tins of canned fish around his waist
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Like the popular saying, 99 days for the thief, one day for the owner, this best describes what happened to a young boy caught trying to shoplift at a supermarket in Lagos state.
Facebook user, Segun Availeth Oyedele, broke the news via the platform and shared photos of the alleged thief.
In his caption, he narrated how the young man in question visited the supermarket as a customer. Although he didn't buy anything, the attendant's interest was piqued when he noticed the supposed customer's waistline grew thicker after he got into the supermarket.
He was soon discovered with a waist full of canned fish. Photos shared shows the young man on his knees pleading.
"He visited a supermarket with a tiny waist, after strolling round the supermarket looking for what to lift, his waist grew bigger, then the attendant was inquisitive to know what vitamin he must have taken in the supermarket that resulted to the waist boosting, only for them to discover it was an artificial waist floated by sardines," Segun narrated.
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Meanwhile, a young Ghanaian girl simply identified as Kakra seeks financial support from the general public for a surgical procedure to ascertain her gender.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of Zionfelix Entertainment News, the girl who appears to be seven years old possesses both male and female reproductive organs.
It is indicated that the male reproductive organ can be successfully gotten rid of in the surgical procedure but the cost is estimated as GHc 15,000 which is too much for her family to bear.
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