The video of a man whose phone was snatched away by armed robbers on gunpoint has sparked different reactions on social media.
In this video, a man was caught on camera as he was pressing his phone just by the street, and it seems like his attention was focused on his phone. A young boy walked up to the man and collected the man's phone at gunpoint. The man quietly gave the armed robber the phone without hesitation but his reaction after he had given out his phone to the armed robber shows that he was shocked.
Some people who watched the video said that the man could have held the armed robber instead of giving out his phone, while many others loved the fact that the man quietly gave the armed robber the phone.
Do you think the man could have done to prevent his phone from being snatched by the robbers?
What do you think the man did wrong in the video?
Let's have your opinion in this regard.
Meanwhile, see how people reacted below 👇
Source: Tunde Ednut.
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