What's so good about stealing? Instant justice isn't right but some instant justice can make you laugh and ignore the situation even if you're a police officer. In my opinion, robbers should undergo the same situation as this thief. Beating them up and humiliating them can make them change. Don't you agree?
In the outskirts of Takoradi, the capital town of Western Region in Ghana at around 8pm, a case concerning a thief trying to run away surfaced the internet. Unlucky, he was caught by the boys in the area after the victim of the theft case kept screaming "awi oo, awi oo, awi oo" which is translated as "thief, thief, thief".
The boys in the area gave his some severe beatings while recording him. After they gave him a fine beating, they asked him to laugh while say "ebor) bi y3 d3w" which is translated as "some beatings are lovely". This video made social media viewers react like wild and compliment the boys for a job well done.bl
Watch video below;
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