Lady Mobbed By Crowd After Being Accused Of Stealing Man’s Joystick In Abia (Photos)

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A video which has currently gone viral on social media shows a lady being mobbed by crowd after she was accused of allegedly stealing a man’s joystick In Abia State.

According to multiple reports, the lady confronted the victim and asked him to help her with money, immediately after given her the money, he realized his organ was missing.

She was said to have allegedly returned the man’s organ back to him after being assaulted by the crowd.

According to the video, the lady denied stealing the man’s organ neither did she return it.

As seen in the video, scars are seen on her face and body after being brutalized by mob.

The victim as seen in the video wearing a blue shirt was asked to go to a lab to confirm if his organ is still functional.

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Debby Duru is a street reporter and author at HGS Media Plus with the desire to gather news from the street and social media. She is a dual character of fun and crazy, and also a social media Queen.

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