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Thief Forced To Clean Sewage, Dance After Residents Caught Him Stealing Iron Rods In Accra

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Thief Forced To Clean Sewage, Dance After Residents Caught Him Stealing Iron Rods In Accra

A thief caught in Accra, Ghana has been forced to clean sewage, and dance to entertain residents after he was caught stealing iron rods in a local market.

A video that captures him in the act has just surfaced on social media.

It was gathered that the suspect is notorious for theft and he had operated multiple times without being caught but luck ran out on him during the most recent operation.

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After being nabbed red-handed for stealing iron rods, residents forced the yet-to-be-identified man to clean sewage in the neighborhood.

He was then asked to entertain them by dancing and he could be seen doing that while wearing his dirty clothes.

In a video making the rounds shows him busting some dance moves with glee in order to entertain members of the community.

Thereafter, he was offered a new set of clothes, food, and drinks to replenish his strength.

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