After being assaulted by a swarm of stinging bees, two thieves have returned the TV, gas cooker, and cylinder they stole to the owner.
“Two robbers who stole a TV set and a gas cooker were forced to return after a witch doctor was ‘contracted by the owner and they were attacked by a swarm of bees,” according to Ravine News.
According to the images and video we found, a swarm of bees swarmed one of the suspects' hands, while another had the TV set trapped in his hands as they returned the stolen goods to where they were picked up.
The property's owner, Ms. Rashida Joweila, revealed that her television set was stolen from her home last Friday, but she preferred to seek the help of a medicine man in Sofia village rather than report the theft to the police.
Wycliffe Kinara and Richard Duki were named as suspects.
“I had never seen bees arresting thieves like this before; they shaped what seemed to be a real handcuff on one of the offenders, while the other had a TV set stuck on his hands,” a local revealed.
According to a Daily Monitor article, the suspects admitted that they were compelled to steal because they were unemployed.
See photos and video below:
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