- A worker at Ghana's international airport has been caught in a video with items he stole
- The video showed the mature man bringing out the stolen items from his socks
- It is yet to be ascertained how he was caught and from who he stole the goods from
A worker at Ghana's Kotoka International airport in Accra has been caught and videoed after he allegedly stole some items belonging to passengers.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the airport staff who looked like a man who is rather advanced in age had been apprehended and made to give up the stolen items.
The man was seen in the video removing the stolen items believed to be iPhones from his socks and the sides of his shoes.
Some security personnel at the airport appeared to have finally caught the person taking items from passengers and from packages and decided to video him for all to see.
The man was made to remove all the phones numbering about nine and they were lined up on the floor.
A voice could be heard saying the 'thief' could not be trusted and went on to order one of the airport security officers to frisk him further to see if there was another phone he was refusing to give up.
The video has since sent shock waves down the spines of frequent commuters of the airport and have left many more astounded over the kind of bravery the airport staff had.
In a similar development, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a pretty Ghanaian lady known only as Nafisa, has found herself in trouble after she was caught trying to snatch the husband of her best friend in his bedroom.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the married woman came in and caught Nafisa who was just in her pant and bra in a bid to get her best friend's husband in bed.
However, luck run out for her as her best friend who Nafisa thought was out of town, barged into the room and caught her in the act of seducing her man.
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