So it happened that I was in the banking hall this morning in Ibadan and suddenly heard this thunderous sound... Looking back I saw this fair skinned lady slapping and head booting this young man that looked very innocent. "What did I do, what did I do?", the young man kept asking, maintaining his innocence.
The lady who was already crying and screaming gave him a hot slap again, he staggered and lost his innocence saying "is it because I helped you, is it because I helped you to charge your phones and dint see you again". The bank management intervened, trying to separate them, but the lady won't let go. She kept head booting the young man, screaming and crying. I'm like wow, this lady is strong.
Eventually, she lost grip after being assured the man can't escape and finally proceed to shed light on what transpired between them as we wait with bated breath.
According to her, she was trying to charge her phones (an iPhone, iPad and a blackberry) as a bosswoman, while in the church but met Mr Innocent there also charging, she was going to attend to someone and gave him the gadgets to plug and charge for her. But to her surprised on getting back Mr Innocent had disappeared, no where to be found.
She said she told the church what happened and the pastor chastised her for her actions, trusting Mr innocent she doesn't know from Adam with all the expensive gadgets.
And to add salt to injury, Mr innocent has been making contacts with her phone contacts on Whatsapp, disguising as her, asking them for money and duping them, tarnishing her image. Hence the heavy slaps and head-boots she rained on him to teach him a lesson for all the pains he's put her through since the development.
Asked if there was any tracking device on any of the gadgets on how she knew Mr Innocent was at that branch of the bank at the moment, she said she only came with her dad to report fraudulent activities on her bank account as it seemed Mr innocent was also transferring funds from her account to via mobile banking on one of the phones.
She went on her knees, praising and thanking God for helping her to see him today, she also started dancing shoki to my surprise when the police came and handcuffed Mr Innocent who already lost his innocence at the time.