Thief allegedly caught stealing given malt and forced to dance by Ghanaian residents

Thief allegedly caught stealing given malt and forced to dance by Ghanaian residents

  • The young man was allegedly caught stealing by some residents in a Ghanaian community
  • The residents offered him malt and compelled him to dance
  • A video of the incident has been widely circulated on social media

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A young man has been compelled to display his dance prowess after he was allegedly caught stealing by residents in a Ghanaian community.

In a video widely circulating on social media, the young man, whose name is unknown, could be seen dancing as the faceless residents provided him with a beat to display.

According to reports, the alleged thief was offered malt by the residents before compelling him to dance.

Thief allegedly caught stealing given malt and forced to dance by Ghanaian residents
Thief allegedly caught stealing given malt and forced to dance by Ghanaian residents. Image: crabbimedia
Source: Instagram

It is unclear if the people who caught him stealing subjected him to heavy beating before asking him to display his dance moves.

Watch the video below;

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Man cooks on moving taxi

In a previous story, YEN.com.gh reported that, a video of a young man cooking on top of a moving taxi has emerged, gaining massive traction and commentaries on social media.

In the viral clip, the young man could be seen sitting on the moving vehicle, with a coal pot, a cooking device consisting of an iron grid, and an iron pot also referred to as ''dadesen''.

The young man's identity, including his name, and where the incident happened, is yet to be known, but his video is making the rounds on social media.

Rent Control refutes claims

In a separate story, the management of Rent Control Department, Ghana, has refuted reports that the Rent Control office at Amasaman in Accra has been locked up over non-payment of rent for five months.

In a statement issued on August 7, 2021, and signed by the Chief Rent Manager, Twum Ampofo, the government organisation established that the reports generated from rumours and wildly circulated on social media had ''no iota of truth''.

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In the statement sighted on the Facebook page of the Ministry of Works and Housing, the Department said:

''It has come to the attention of the management of Rent Control Department, Ghana, that there are widely circulating rumours that the Rent Control office at Amansaman has failed to pay for its rent for the past five months and as a result, the premise has been lock up.
''It is obvious that the deliberate circulation of these rumours are intended to paint the Department in a negative light. Management wishes to inform the general public that there is no iota of truth in the rumour,'' said the statement.

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