Nigeria: Cheating Couple Caught, Forced To Walk Completely Unclad In Benue

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Cheating Couple Caught, Forced To Walk Completely Unclad In Benue

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NIGERIA- woman who was said to have been involved in adultery was caught and forced to walk unclad with her partner in Benue State. The incident was said to have occurred on September 19 at Orokam, Obadigbo Local Government area of the state. Apparently the woman pictured Right is said to be the wife of a popular school proprietor in the area. She lost her husband on Tuesday, and was accused by her husband’s people of committing adultery which she admitted she was guilty of. Click here for the Full Story

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