Lady shares how she was arrested for hugging in front of a police station
It is so unfortunate that nowadays someone who's absent minded won't actually know his crime before being apprehended by some unprofessional security personnel.
It is one of the reasons Nigerians are protesting against the federal special anti robbery squad(SARS).
Due to the fact of being arrested for unknown crime, individuals are now living in fear of the unknown.
A twitter user "Loki" have went to her twitter handle to share how she and her colleague was arrested for hugging in front of the police station.
The photo is used for illustration purpose.
According to her tweet, she said;
"I was arrested twice in one night by the Nigerian police.
By 5pm I hugged my colleague goodnight and the police men outside said we hugged in front of the police station.
We were arrested and paid 50k as bail.
12 midnight after my brother bailed me we were arrested again.
That night I cried because the female police officers called me names; ashewo etc.
I was humiliated physically and verbally. Because I hugged my colleague goodnight in front of the police close to my house."
Picture used for illustration purpose.
Do you think hugging in front of a police station is an offence anyway?
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