See What They Did To This Boy For Stealing Petrol In Mushin (photos +video)

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PostAdabiafra on Sat Oct 22, 2016 6:35 pm

A teenage boy was tied up legs and hands and was mercilessly beaten by a crowd for stealing petrol from a shop.

The boy was caught in the early hours of Friday stealing 5ltrs of petrol from the shop of a black-marketer in Olateju area of Mushin, Lagos.

The boy was caught by a man who was passing by the street. According to the man who caught him, "I noticed some unusual movements in the shop so I decided to hide and watch what was going on only for me to see the boy emerge from the gutter beneath the wooden shop with a gallon of petrol."

"I told him to stop and as I approached him, he dropped the petrol on the floor and started begging me. Before I could even say a word, another person joined us and in no minutes a crowd formed."

His legs and hands were immediately tied up and they started to beat him.

The owner of thr shop, a woman, who lives just a few houses away, was immediately calledupon.

According to the owner of the shop, the boy had been stealing her fuel for a while because she has been noticing that her petrol-filled gallons get missing from time to time.

The woman then decided to go to a church, where the boy and his mother and two younger ones reside, and she found two empty gallons that belongs to her.

When the boy was tied up and seriously beaten, he confessed to the crime and confirmed that he had been indulging in the act for a while now. When he was asked who he sells the stolen petrol to, he refused to mention names but admitted he has customers for the stolen fuels.

The boy also revealed how he manages to enter the shop and make out with the petrol.

On how he manages to enter the shop, the boy reveals that he then enters through the window of a tailoring shop, where is an apprentice, that is built together with the petrol shop. Once he is in, he opens a wooden cover of a hole he had dug on the wooden floor of the shop. The hole, according to him, leads him to the shop where the petrols are kept.

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