A Lady Caused A Drama After She Was Found Standing Outside A Food Store Unmoved Without Clothes
By #Hotnews | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 8 views
An Unidentified lady caused a moment of panic and fear in a busy Chicken Republic store after she was found standing by the entrance of the store without any single cloth. The lady stood like an electric post with making any move neither being distracted by the crowd that was gathering to witness the scene.
It was alleged that she refused to be covered as women rushed to save one of their own from shame. But she become hostile and wanted to remain in that state as she didn't want any body to come close to her. As a result of this people started speculating as she could have been mentally ill or in depression.
She looked strange as no one who was in the scene was able to identify her nor her kin. This information quickly spread over the social media where people elicited mixed reactions on the story. Some claimed she might be suffering from depression and needed a good samaritan to take her to hospital.
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