Social media reacts as lady says her house gate was stolen overnight

Social media reacts as lady says her house gate was stolen overnight

- Waking up to find that your building gate is gone will throw anyone into a state of shock, and that was what happened to Kamo Marven

- Marven took to her Twitter page to narrate how her family woke up to realise that their gate had been stolen

- Social media users flooded the comment section of Marven's post to make jokes about the unfortunate incident

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A young lady has got people talking on social media after claiming that her family woke up to realise that the gate of the house was gone.

The lady identified as Kamo Marven made the claim on Twitter and shared the picture of a building entrance without a gate.

Social media reacts as lady says her house gate was stolen overnight

Kamo Marven and her family woke up to realise that their gate had been stolen overnight. Photo credit: @KamoMarven/Twitter
Source: Twitter

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Marven with the Twitter handle @KamoMarven elicited some hilarious reactions with her post as tweeps ignored the seriousness of the post and made jokes it.

Below are some of the reactions:

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A Twitter user with the handle @blueEyeBallz wondered why found it funny that a gate was stolen.

@blueEyeBallz tweeted:

"Haaibo why do so many find it funny that things get stolen. We're such a joke of a nation hence we're not taken seriously."

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Below are more reactions:

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In other news, 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.

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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 showed the young man on his knees pleading.

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