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Lagos police arrest male hairstylist for looking feminine

Lagos police arrest male hairstylist for looking feminine

The saying that the way a man is dressed determine the way he will be addressed has come to play here.

A male hairstylist, Idowu Oluwatosin Olakunle, was arrested by the police in Lagos on Monday, May 28, at Ojota for looking like a lady.

Olakunle who took to his Instagram page to narrate the ugly incident claimed he was on his way to style a client’s hair in a commercial bus when the vehicle he boarded was stopped by a guy who later identified himself to be a policeman.

He claimed he was told to identify himself which he did but was told he looked like a girl. Based on this allegation, he was arrested and taken from Ojota to Iwaya police station where he was held behind the bar from 9am to 4pm.

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Lagos police arrests male hairstylist for looking feminine

Lagos police arrests male hairstylist Idowu Oluwatosin Olakunle for looking feminine

Read his full ordeal below:

“THE MAN THAT ARRESTED ME... So this morning by 9am, I was on my way to style someone at Ogudu, I entered a public transport and was stopped by a guy at Ojota who asked me to introduced myself I asked why he said his police, they asked for my ID card I showed them, then he said I look like a girl and that was it they started yelling and calling me names then they took me and put me in their bus, took me all the way from Ojota to IWAYA POLICE POST then I asked what my offence was, they said I look like GAY, INDECENT ACT and I'm too SLIM. I was locked up from 9am - 4pm before they release me. Please since when did been slim become an offence in LAGOS. I was unjustly maltreated today by the POLICE and I demand justice. ��”

READ ALSO: Policemen in Lagos arrest 4 men using sick people as beggars investigation reveals that Olakunle is a celebrity hairstylist. He is known to have styled male celebs like 9ice, Psquare Paul Okoye among others. earlier reported that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Lagos zonal office, in the early hours of Friday, May 11, arrested over 12 suspected internet fraudsters at Club 57, Awolowo Way in Ikoyi, Lagos as efforts to rid Nigeria of internet fraud continues.

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