- A suspected traffic thief did something interesting after successfully stealing from his victim recently in Nigeria
- He used the phone he took from his victim to take nice selfies of himself and then posted the photo on Snapchat
- The owner of the phone was shocked to have found that someone has posted on her Snapchat account using her lost phone
A suspected traffic thief has used the phone he stole from his victim to take selfies and post photos of himself on Snapchat.
The owner of the phone is surprised to have seen that someone who happens to be the thief logged into her Snapchat account and has posted photos.
Rubbed in Lekki, Lagos
The owner of the phone said she and another passenger were robbed on her way to work at Lekki, Lagos.
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She said the thieves collected their phones and ATM cards and then asked them to call their relatives to pay ransom. She said her people sent money into her account and the thieves withdrew it.
She has now found out that one of them is using her phone. She said:
"Can you imagine that one of the members of a one-chance gang that attacked me on Monday and whisked away with my phone, ATMs, etc, took selfie with my phone and posted on Snapchat."
See the post below:
Nigerians on Instagram react
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post shared on Instagram by @instablog9ja to air their minds. Here are a few of what they are saying:
"I could use this comic relief rn."
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"He miss taking pictures so much."
"Smart phone na your mate? Maybe him nor know when he take snap oh hahahaha."
"In a developed country the Police will use this piece of information to track this guy down and arrest the entire gang."
"He has to take a selfie just to report himself."
Man uses charms to secure his plantain against thieves in Calabar
A photo seen online shows the charm tied in red cloth and hung on the blooming plantain.
People warned those who cared to listen not to try the man's resolve, that the charm may be real.