In a video that was uploaded on the Twitter social media platform, a lady was seen thrown out of a car, and immediately the car sped off the said lady started displaying symptoms of madness.
The car in which the lady was thrown out of was seen driving off so fast that it almost hit passersby. While the lady was thrown out of the car, after some seconds, she started screaming and scattering her hair, showing all the characteristics of someone running mad.
At a point, some passersby were seen struggling to hold her down and trying to figure out what was wrong with the lady. Others tried to chase after the car in which the young lady was thrown out from but unfortunately, it was already late as the car sped off the instant the lady was thrown out of the car.
These days, the rampant case of ladies going missing or running mad after visiting their boyfriends or coming down from unknown cars is now becoming rampant. The rate at which people now get engaged in money ritual is so alarming.
We advise that ladies should be very careful and watch their movement as it is obvious that ladies are the victims in this case of money rituals.
Below is the link to watch the video on Twitter:
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