- A young lady, Stephlyn12, has shared a video showing the fraudulent activity of some roadside tomato sellers
- The trending video showed the tomato sellers measuring a small bucket of tomatoes for a customer
- However, the clip became a topic of discussion after it was noticed that the sellers stuffed some leaves inside the bucket
A video making the rounds online shows the moment a customer was reportedly cheated by roadside tomato sellers.
A male customer had stopped by the roadside to purchase a 'custard bucket' of tomatoes from the sellers.
The bucket appeared full to the brim but when the tomatoes were emptied into nylon, it was observed that there were some leaves stuffed at the down part of the bucket which raised it a bit higher.
The video was shared on TikTok by Stephlyn12 with the caption:
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"Definition of scam."
Social media users drag roadside tomato sellers
"But these same people will insult the president."
"And then they'll start complaining "God why don't I succeed" how can you succeed yet you are blocking your ways of success."
"That’s why we’re suffering ooo cos everything about us is corrupt kai."
"Looking at the way the guy is turning away the bucket from the customer."
"You have to keep your eyes and wits sharp when buying in any market!"
"Mama once said if it won't make you rich for the rest of your life don't steal it. I still stand by Mama's words."
"That's why I don't buy anything from the side of the roads. You always get scammed somehow or the other."
Watch the video below:
Black men confront oyinbo people who scammed them
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a video has shown the moment people stormed a travelling agency office for duping them and falling short of earlier agreements.
In a short clip, a Nigerian man and others were in the office with cameras to capture the faces of the workers in the agency. The voice behind the video kept saying that they were criminals.
He asked people who had been duped by the agency to come and collect their money. While he was talking, a man shuffled through different African passports to show how they reportedly hoarded them.