- An irate woman caused a commotion in public as she expressed her displeasure towards a bank in a wild manner
- The displeased black woman smashed a bank's ATM with one of her heels for allegedly failing to quickly resolve an issue with her account
- The woman dared stunned Oyinbo and black onlookers, particularly one who warned her that he'd call the police
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For allegedly failing to resolve an issue with her account, a black woman destroyed an ATM belonging to National Westminster Bank (NatWest), London with one of her heels.
In a video shared by a Nigerian Ayo Ojeniyi on Facebook, the irate woman with one of her heels in hand complained to passers-by that her money was taken, before proceeding to damage the ATM.
Oyinbos and blacks who witnessed the incident were shocked by the woman's action, but she didn't care.
When warned by a particular onlooker that police would be called on her, the woman dared the man to go ahead with it.
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The alleged issue with her account
Sharing a message explaining the video that he got in his inbox, Ayo marvelled at the woman's action.
The message he shared reads:
"She has her money withdrawn fraudulently and the banks like Nigerian banks don't want to resolve the issue timely. She has bills to pay but cannot access her money. Not paying your bills as at when due will incur and cost more and can affect her credit rating hence her reactions."
Watch the video here.
Mixed reactions trail the video
Prince Drêw Adé Bódúnrìn said:
"No way her money was withdrawn fraudulently and the bank as big as Natwest will refuse to sort it out. Plus the cash point isn't Natwest office.. Looks like a shopping centre or high street Cashpoint..."
Olalekan Dasaolu said:
"She had spoilt her own case, she will definitely be penalise for smashing the teller machine."
Olupeka O Victor said:
"She told you she doesn't have food to eat, at least she will be fed in their custody."
Paul Romeo Makanjuola said:
"If the bank finally resolves the issue with her stolen money will she be able to replace the cash machine? Painful to lose money but this will just aggravate the issue."
Adeboro Osuntuyi said:
"As it happens elsewhere so it is in Nigeria but some people think everything negative or not properly handled is Nigeria. God bless Nigeria."
Woman stops bankers from doing anything, demands a refund of her money
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a woman had prevented bankers from attending to any customer as she demanded a refund of her GHC1,755.
In a live video recording the whole incident she made, as reshared by Facebook user Hammid Bakare, the woman lamented that N100k was deducted from her account and that she had been visiting the bank for the past one month to get it rectified to no avail.
The visibly displeased woman stated that instead, bankers kept making her return to the bank and go through procedures that usually do not yield the needed result.
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