Facebook can be funny, helpful and some instances be educative.
We all know Facebook to be among the best social media platforms, you would always want to spend all your time with.
I came across this funny photograph from a users identified as Babalola post on my newsfeed on Facebook.
So I insisted on sharing it with you all.
Taking a glaring look this funny photograph, you will examine something unsuall.
The photo displayed above shows how a security officer was searching a Lady in public.
We all know the rights and duties of a security officers and their rights.
However, in response to that image displayed above, do you think it's right for a security officer to search a Lady like this in public.
To some people it may look embarrassing and to a few, it may not.
We never knew the reasons behind this act but ass a matter of fact, it obviously known that that security officer is honestly doing her job.
But in your own opinion I would love you to share your thoughts about it.
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