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A man was today caught in with female pants, bra and soaked sanitary pad, and based on the recent trend he has been suspected of being a ritualist.

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The yet-to-be identified man was apprehended while picking female undies and soaked sanitary pads in Akure, Ondo state.

This was made known on Twitter by @YemieFASH, who said the man was apprehended by some motorcycle riders who noticed his suspicious moves

Sharing photos of the man, he wrote;

 

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This man was caught by bike men in Akure, Ondo State while he was picking female pants and bra,he also picked a soaked sanitary pad according to report. He has been handed over to men of the Civil Defence Corps, Ondo Command. Please keep your undies. Won ni ka pata e o

 

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