A hilarious video of a man being paraded by an angry mob for stealing a hen has surfaced online causing a lot of persons on social media to react.
It is not unusual these days to hear stories of a theft by one person or the other. These stories usually find their way into social media.
The spate at which stories of theft have been reported online only show that things are getting really hard for a lot of persons out there, maybe due to the Coronavirus pandemic or due to some other factors.
In the video which was shared on Twitter, a man was seen interrogating another man who was accused of stealing a hen. The video showed the alleged thief holding the live hen in his hands.
However, the most hilarious part of the video which caught the attention of the viewers was the part where instead of calling it a hen or fowl, the man who was interrogating the accused thief was calling it "frog".
Recounting the events of the day, the man who was interrogating the thief said "This guy, she came to our area this morning and she stole frog".
The video has caused a lot of reactions on social media. With those who commented wondering why the interrogator was calling a hen "frog" and why the alleged thief thought it wise to steal a hen.
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