- A Nigerian man has been handed a 30-day punishment
- In a judgement on Wednesday in Ibadan, Jimoh Falola was ordered to cleanse public toilets
- Falola was said to have presented himself to the court in an uncivil manner which angered the judge
Nigerian man, Jimoh Falola, has been ordered to wash public toilets for a period of 30 days as a punishment for being rude to the court of law.
Falola's penalty was contained in a judgment delivered on Wednesday, March 17, by the Ile-Tuntun Customary Court in Ibadan, NAN reports.
The convict was said to be disrespectful to the court and constituted authority during a sitting, prompting presiding judge Henry Agbaje to slam him with the punishment.
The judge also ordered that Falola be taken away by the police until he is ready to comport himself in an orderly civil manner in the court premises.
Falola's wife, Opeyemi, had filed a divorce suit against him. All attempts to bring him to the court as a party in the suit proved abortive as he refused to appear on two sittings.
He eventually appeared on Wednesday but was shouting at the top of his voice while the court was sitting.
He also accused the court workers of receiving money as an inducement from his wife so as to favour her in the ongoing suit.
Falola's behaviours angered the presiding judge who ordered that he should wash the toilets for a 30-day period. The case was later adjourned to March 29 for a hearing.
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