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Wednesday, 20 May 2015

36-Year-Old Man In Court For Peeping At Female Neighbour In Bathroom

In another funny but serious development, a 36-year-old barber identified as Azeez Adewale has been charged with peeping at his female neighbour while bathing in the bathroom!

Adewale was arraigned on Wednesday at an Oshodi Magistrates’ Court where he is being tried for breach of peace and assault. According to the prosecutor, Cpl. Kehinde Olatunde, the accused was peeping at his neighbour, one Miss Victoria Emmanuel, in the bathroom while taking her bath. he said. Olatunde said that the accused was sitting at the passage when the complainant passed with a bucket of water to bath. “The accused sneaked and followed her behind, he went to the back of the bathroom where there is a small hole, stood there and was peeping at her while she bathed.”

Olatunde further revealed that:

“While she was bathing, she sighted an eye looking at her through a small hole in the bathroom and she poured soap water on the eye. “The accused forcefully opened the bathroom door, descended on
the complainant by punching her severally on her face, and she quickly shouted for help and neighbours came to her rescue.”

The accused had on two different occasions went to knock on the complainant’s door at 12 midnight asking her to open her door that he wanted to deliver a message.

“The accused knocked the complainant’s door at midnight begging her to allow him enter that her friend sent him to her, the complainant always ignored him, telling him to wait for day to break,” he said.

The accused however pleaded not guilty of the offences and was granted bail in the sum of N50, 000 with one surety in like sum. The Magistrate, Mr Akeem Fashola, adjourned the case to June 8 for further hearing.

1 comment:

  1. Lol. I did that too when I was young. God forgive me.



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