A man on Saturday narrated how a traffic robber smashed his car window with a machete inside traffic in Lagos State and stole his phone in the process.
The man, whose Twitter handle is @BWChika, who is a media personality, according to his profile on Twitter, said he was heading home and got stuck in traffic bottleneck around the Oyingbo area of the state at about 1:26 a.m.
He added that as he was inside the traffic, a traffic robber came towards his car and smashed one of its windows with a machete, breaking it and making away with his phone.
He added that the incident shocked him and he could not do anything about it because he was not only inside terrible gridlock, but it was also at 1:26 a.m.
Some of his followers also corroborated what he said about the incident as they added that they were also in traffic bottleneck around that time and they also heard about traffic robbers having a field day.
Below are screenshots of the man's tweets on the incident:
Below is also the tweet by one of his followers who was also inside the gridlock:
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