As we speak now, LGBTQ+ practices are highly detested by many Ghanaians. It is the prayer of many Ghanaians that Parliament will fast track the process of the Anti-LGBTQ+ bill to make homosexuality a criminal offence in the country. In view of this, the homosexuals in Ghana hide in secret places in other to do their thing.
Some Ghanaians have caught the two guys in your picture doing the unthinkable in their car on a dusty road. Checking the nature of the road, it seems to be a quiet road that most drivers don't use it. So they thought that nobody will use this road at that time. This happened during broad daylight.
Some Ghanaians in their private car saw these gays' private car parked on the left side of the road but they realized that something is going inside this car. They have wanted to pass by but a lady in the car told them to stop. When they stopped, they saw these two gays 'naked' and bonking each other in the car. The lady was heard in the video saying this in the Twi language "Herr, what are you two doing in the car? What is happening in this country that gays are trying to bring curses upon us?"
They quickly got these two gays out of their car and started beating them. The gays were trying to deny that they were not doing anything inside their car but their camera caught these gays pants down. When these gays realized that the people have them on camera, they started pleading with them to forgive. But the guys in the car got down and started beating them mercilessly.
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