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lady caught stealing from store beg not to disgrace her (Video)
A lady who has trended in a viral video has sparked the social media after she was apprehended stealing from the super market.
The lady whose name was not disclosed at press time had pleaded severally to the interrogators not to disgrace her amid the video taping.
According reports, she earlier entered a fabric as tore located at Lagos Island and pretended to be a prospective customer. Unlucky to her, the sales attendant who was paying a close attention on her monitored until she caught putting a fabric in a bag.
Upon interrogation, her pleaded guilty but however begged not to disgrace her.
This has since circulated on the internet indicating the young woman speaking fluently in Yoruba dialect.
We understand another festive season is fast approaching and many young youths would be desperate to involve themselves in activities that may take a minute to tarnish their long preserved image.
Celebration Nevers ends, one who is alive and positively engaged can equally reach where others have reached. Allowing minor things put you in bad reputation is totally wrong and condemnable. Video