Yesterday morning, the inhabitants of the very “posh” area in Lagos- Ikeja were left in dismay as they witnessed a man’s immense brutality to a woman. The incident happened in Opebi Allen, hospital bus-stop precisely at about 9:30 am.

Our correspondent was able to gather information about the incident from one of the eye-witnesses. She prefers to be anonymous.
According to her, a woman was in her car with her little daughter and also had some pastry items in the vehicle. The woman while driving mistakenly hit a certain man walking on foot with her wing mirror.wing mirror Feeling rueful, the woman pulled over and approached the man in order to apologize to him.
However, she got more than what she bargained for as the man looked for big stones, picked them up and then smashed the windscreen (the front window of the vehicle) of her car, as if that was not enough, he went further to break the rear windshield (the back window of the vehicle) ignoring the little baby in the vehicle.

Our anonymous source said after the man committed this ruthless act, he walked away from the scene like he had done nothing wrong. However, the woman went after him and held him but what happened afterwards were series of beating from the man to the woman.
The woman was later saved by passers by from the brutal man. After hearing and seeing his cruel act, they all gathered together and beat him up. The woman tried reaching her husband who was at work far away on the island as at the time the incident happened, but was unable to reach him. The police arrived and took both the woman and man to the station in the woman’s vandalized car. As of the time of filing this report, the woman was still in bewilderment.





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