Trouble looms as old man bites off the hand of LASTMA officer trying to tow his car in Ojodu, Lagos
By Horlaminor | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 2318 views
Nigerian old man defended himself by biting the finger of the lastma officer. Which resulted into commotion in Ojodu bus stop in Lagos.
According to the eye witness the old man had to defend himself as he bites the finger of the LASTMA officer trying to tow his car early hours of this morning. Because he feels helpless as all plea effort prove abortive.
The old man was seen to be dressed in a corporate wears, obviously trying to rush down to his office. Only to be stopped by LASTMA officer in Lagos.
In am attempt to explain things to them they brought their towing vehicles. This resulted to self exchange of words.
One of the lastma officers tried to get his car keys so the old man defended himself and the only way he could do it is by using his claws and teeth since his straight as failed him.
The lastma officer was heard crying teeth (“eyin eyin”). Passerby stopped by to solve the situation but they couldn’t reach a good agreement as the car was towed.
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