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Life is full of surprises. There is this man whose name was not given. This man has been a thief for years now. This man has been stolen people's belongings for years now. He lives at Binduri in the Upper East Region of Ghana. According to the information reaching us, this man went to take someone's bag of maize. And when he carried the bag of maize on his shoulders and reached his destination, the bag of maize that he carried on his shoulders refused to come down from his shoulders. Please follow this article as I show you the pictures of this man carrying the bag of maize. The pictures are shown undernath.
Looking at the pictures aforementioned, you can really see how this man is suffering. After the bag of maize he stole refused to come down from his shoulders, the man later went to the police station with the bag of maize still on his shoulders and handed himself over to the police. This is so surprising. I think this man will never steel anyone's belongings again. This happened at Binduri in the Upper East Region of Ghana.
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