Man arrested for dressing as werewolf to scare people on new year’s eve

Man arrested for dressing as werewolf to scare people on new year’s eve

- A Pakistani man has landed in police net for dressing as a werewolf to scare people on new year's eve

- Police said he rode a motorcycle around town and made roaring noises to scare people

- Social media users have reacted to the photos of the man and shared their opinions on his arrest

A man has been arrested by Pakistan police for riding around town dressed as a werewolf to scare people on new year's eve.

According to the police who detained him, the man was allegedly making roaring noises at people while riding his motorcycle, Independent reports.

The man is a resident of Peshawar city’s Moti neighbourhood, and a charge sheet has been filed against him.

In a picture that was shared on Twitter by a journalist identified as Omar R Quraishi, the suspect could be seen posing for a picture in handcuffs with two police officers.

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@omar_quraishi

Another picture of the man showed him on his bike with his costume still intact.

Tweeps took to the comment section of Quraishi's post to share their thoughts on the arrest.

Man arrested for dressing as werewolf to scare people on new year’s eve

The Pakistani man was arrested for dressing as a werewolf to scare people. Photo credit: @omar_quraishi, Zarak Khan
Source: UGC

@firshahbegum15 wrote:

"To scare in Pakistan not need to wear mask.. He should have carried his private weapon.. AK 47."

@Funkemyfun commented:

"Hell no, we are so happy to leave 2020 behind and here comes a clown terrifying people."

@ImdadKh71464119 reacted:

"I just showed this photo to my children and believe me they laughed a lot for his funny idea and were astonished by seeing him in Police custody. What a " Jaahil" act by Police."

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a Nigerian man identified as Augustine Udekwe was arrested with his Indian girlfriend, Lalhmunsiyami, for duping people on the pretext of sending them expensive gifts.

The suspects, who were living together as lovers, were arrest by the cyber cell police in Bhopal, India, on Tuesday, October 6.

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According to the cyber cell police, the suspects pretended to be British citizens in order to defraud their victims.

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