Unbelievable things happen everyday to an extent that one remains speechless. At times you see someone do particular kind of stuff that actually get you asking why and how did he/she manage. Recently, one case of a man disguised as a lady just shocked many. As reported by "OMGVoice Kenya" on twitter, this man pretended to be a woman for very long. This was just so that he could secure a job which was urgently needed. It was reported that the guy would always braid his hair just like any other lady. He also wore female clothes such as skirts, dresses and blouses which made him look exactly like a small girl. Nobody noticed until one day when his bosses approached him. Seems like he had done a mistake. This was when they noticed that he was just a man hiding in female looks. To defend himself after being caught, the guy said that he could not afford missing that Maid(house help) job. Fans who saw the post did not lack what to say. Have a look.
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