"Something Caught My Eye": Man Shares Pictures of Thumb-Sized Eggs He Saw in Friend's Bathroom

"Something Caught My Eye": Man Shares Pictures of Thumb-Sized Eggs He Saw in Friend's Bathroom

  • A Nigerian man entered his friend's bathroom to perform ablutions as a Muslim when his eyes saw something unusual
  • He got closer and discovered they were eggs in a poorly constructed nest, each the size of his thumb
  • The man said he looked up the eggs on Google and shared an interesting thing he found about them

Aliyu Jalal, a Nigerian youth, has released pictures of eggs he spotted in his friend's bathroom.

In a Facebook post, Aliyu revealed he had entered his friend's bathroom to wash his body as a Muslim when he came across the eggs by the window.

Nigerian man causes uproar, shares eggs he found in friend's bathroom
Aliyu Jalal said the eggs were the size of his thumb. Photo Credit: Aliyu Jalal
Source: Facebook

Aliyu shared pictures of the eggs on Facebook. He said he got closer and discovered the eggs were the size of his thumb and were in a nest he thought belonged to a pigeon or a dove.

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What Aliyu found about the eggs

The stunned man showed his discovery to his pal, who was equally surprised. He said his friend stated that he rarely used that particular bathroom.

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Aliyu shared his concern that enemies could sneak in and plant something harmful and made his friend promise not to disturb the nest. Aliyu looked the eggs up on Google and shared his findings:

"I just googled and learned that dove eggs take about fourteen to sixteen days to hatch. So I plan to return in two weeks to witness the progress and perhaps glimpse the adorable babies.
"Say a prayer for these beautiful eggs."

Aliyu's bathroom discovery stirs reactions

Aminu Shehu Karaye said:

"I hope he doesn't fry this thing and use as breakfast sha."

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Lukman De Wise said:

"I pray dey grow up soon and become my prey, is not wickedness but the law of nature."

Salisu Mukhtar said:

"Dove are cute and adorable. Same thing happened in my toilet window last year. I left them until they hatched, grown up and flown away."

Abunbauri Dan Maje LA said:

"The way you carefully featured out where the eggs are located is something else "behind the demarcated net."

Sani Yakubu said:

"This is so lovely. Please, don't forget to update us about the development when go back to your friend's house."

Abban Sultana Pro-Max said:

"Yeah in 14 days the eggs will hatch the male egg will hatch on 15 days and the female egg will hatch on 16 days....by GOD grace that's how ALLAH set it to be."

Yagazie Obioha said:

"It clearly shows that your friend's house is quiet and habitable. "

Legit.ng reported that a lady who lodged in an Ogun State hotel at midnight had displayed a strange-looking sink in the bathroom.

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New wife finds husband's ring in bathroom

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a new wife found her husband's wedding ring in the bathroom.

@queen_smiile was stunned that her husband had forgotten his wedding ring in the bathroom barely 24 hours after they were joined in court.

@queen_smiile shared a short clip on TikTok which showed the moment she found her husband's wedding ring in their bathroom.

Proofread by Kola Muhammed, journalist and copyeditor at Legit.ng

Source: Legit.ng

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