A-70-year old man did this before the bus could stop for him to ease himself after this annoying thing he did.
A 70 year old man was travelling from Kumasi to Accra, he went and sat in the 207 station car which was loading. He started buying everything that comes across the bus which includes boiled eggs, plantain chips and even biscuits which he eat without giving a 2 year old girl who was looking through his face.
After a while, they took of and he was found still buying thing on the road side and eating them.
Within the middle of the road, the old man told the driver that he wants to ease himself so he should stop but the passengers did not allow the driver to stop for them to wait for him, meanwhile he knows he is travelling but he eaten almost everything they have come across.
The old man was patiently waiting and praying they could arrive early but there was an uncontrolled gas formed in the stomach so he let them out of his body.
After a while, they smelled the aroma and they then decided to stop the bus and go out for fresh air. And the old man got the chance to ease himself.
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