- In military-style, a man entered a commercial bank, grabbed a printer and demanded he must be attended to
- According to the story, the man whose identity is not known as at press time said the bank is owing him money even as he did not mention the amount
- As he was opening the security door to leave, people were calling, trying to persuade him to stop, but the man insisted he must be attended to
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A man took the bull by the horn as he entered a commercial bank and took hold of one of their printing machines, demanding he is attended to.
The man was seen in a trending video leaving with the electronic device but people pleaded with him to stop. He then asked if the bank was ready to attend to him.
'Big woman' angrily stops bankers from doing anything, demands refund of her over GHc1700 cash in video
Bank owes him money
According to information gleaned from the video, the man claimed that the bank owed him money and that they have refused to give it to him or attend to him for two months now.
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When he opened the security door to leave the bank with the printer, some persons tried persuading him to ditch the idea. He then stopped and asked:
"Are you people ready t o attend to me now?"
The man however said no one should beg him. It was not known if he lent the bank some money or if he is having issues with his deposit and withdrawal. The video was shared on Instagram by @gossipmilltv.
Watch the video below:
Social media users react
Funny reactions have followed the man's behaviour at the bank. Here are a few comments from social media users:
"This country suppose don dey season 7 episode 14 for Netflix."
"This is absolutely the best thing to do."
"I don't always support violence but you will see how fast he will get his money now, when he was calm they might have ignored him....Lol."
"Ahhhhh. E never reach like dt bros now."
"Must person show his other side before bank do something about person money. Which kind wahala be this."
Woman disrupts banking activities, demands 100k deducted from her account
In a related development, YEN.com.gh had previously reported that a woman went to a commercial bank to demand a refund of some deductions made in her account.
The deductions reportedly amounted to the sum of 100k. For over 34 minutes the woman almost halted banking activities as she demanded the money.
Efforts to calm the woman down all failed as she continued to demand a refund of her money without delay.
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