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A young man has been caught on a camera during the time he landed his hand on a lady's heavy backside when lectures was on going.
About a very huge percentage of Ghanaian men love heavy "backside". Any where there's a heavy 'backside', you will see Ghanaians there too. The bond between these two elements is like a magnet and a metal, they easily get attracted to each other and hard to separate.
In the viral video circulating online, the young man couldn't control the temptation any longer after seeing the lady's irresistible backside which was just next to him. He gradually succeeded in landing his right hand at the back of the ladies chair and moved slowly to her backside and started robbing them.
But another surprising thing was that, the lady didn't turn her head even an inch to see what was happening, instead she sat very steady like nothing was happening around her back. According to many comments, it is possible that the lady was actually enjoying what the young man was doing, that's why she kept quiet over it.
What do you make this young man's behavior and the way the lady also welcomed it? Drop your suggestions in the comments box below.
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