This video exemplifies the expression "wonder shall never cease," since the incident depicted in it demonstrates that people, especially businessmen and women selling products to the public, must always be vigilant. Who'd have guessed these two people were planning to steal from the truck's back?
According to a video posted on Twitter by @instablog9ja, there is a small go-slow in that lane, causing both cars and buses to move slowly due to the plumb on the ground. The two thieves took advantage of the chance to rob while the truck driver was not expecting it. They(two thieves) initially moved next to the truck, probably to maximize their chances of stealing without being caught.
The one sitting at the back of the bike took one bag of pure water, but unfortunately for the truck driver, they (two thieves) had already gone ahead of him before he realized what was going on.Driver shouting
Are we going to call it thievery or hunger?
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