- Two photos of a fruit tree covered with a mosquito net have left the internet in uproar
- A resident had his fruits guarded so his neighbour would not have access to them
- Even though the branches crossed the fence, the person was not willing to see his fruits drop into someone else's compound
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Fruits are bae. This is what most netizens say anytime fruit is mentioned wherever they are.
For that same reason, a lot of guys have admitted they cherish the glorious fruit and would not imagine munching down a meal without a side of it.
But to what extent would anyone go to just to make sure they do not share their fruits with their neighbours or friends? We are about to find out.
Social media was abuzz with shock, laughter and disappointment when a photo of a covered up tree made rounds.
A lady on Twitter named Janet Machuka shared a picture of the tree carefully covered in a mesh-like material and captioned it "such neighbours exist."
A local resident who could not see themselves sharing their fruits chose to guard their tree to avoid their avocados dropping in their neighbour's compound.
The person spared most of the leaves but ensured that nearly all their fruits were inside the mesh even though the tree's branches went over the fence.
Social media users dubbed the action as selfish and hilariously stated they would cut down the tree if such ever happened in their homes.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a woman in Florida went to court over the paternity of five goats she bought from her neighbour because she was of the strong belief that they were fathered by a pedigreed animal.
In December 2019, Kris Hedstrom paid her neighbour, Heather Dayner, the sum of $900 (N349,200) for five Nigerian dwarf goats which were named Margoat, Rosie, Gigi, Bella and Zelda.
It should be noted that Dayner operates Baxter Lane Farm and has been in the business of selling baby goats for the past 10 years.
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