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Nigerian man defecates in court
« on: October 12, 2016, 01:13:30 AM »
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An 18-year old man identified as Abdullahi Mohammend Tuesday caused a stir at the Oredo Magistrate Court when he defecated on his body shortly before he was to be arraigned.



Abdullahi who was accused of stealing four cartons of powder milk belonging to one Favour Nwachukwu was brought to the court by some policemen led by Sergeant Aigbochie Iruonagbe.

After defecating on his body, he started walking around the court premises even while policemen that brought him looked for alternative clothes for him.

Despite being handcuffed, Abdullahi took off his trousers and took to his heels but policemen caught up with him.

The policemen later bought a bag of sachet water to clean him up and gave him some clothes to wear.

The prosecutor, Inspector Thomas OJo, told the court during arraignment that the offence was committed on October 8, at Mission Road in Benin City.

The accused pleaded not guilty when the charge was read to him.

Presiding Magistrate, J. O Ejale adjourned the case to October 14 for hearing and ruling but remanded the suspect to prison custody.



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