Ghanaians were stunned when a video that was supposed to be a man and a woman who got stuck while being intimate went viral. The incident was reported to have happened at the only natural lake in the country, Lake Bosomtwi. Ghanaians couldn't fathom why a couple could be such adventurous to engage in intimacy in the full glare of all those who were present at the scene.
Though the images from the video left much to be the desire of the authenticity of the story and set you asking several questions, the lack of any concrete evidence to serve as a basis to discredit the story and the apparent silence of the leadership of Bosomtwi didn't help matters at all
Low and behold, the doubt in people's minds about the video has finally been cleared as the leadership of the town reportedly issued a letter to clear the air about what happened. According to the letter the scene in the video was a movie rehearsal and not was it was reported to be.
The video they said, was edited by bloggers just to get traffic in their website.
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