A sad incident has been reported today morning after an old Nigerian man reportedly passed away mysteriously while enjoying 'cool moments' with two teenage girls. His body was actually found in Uyo estate along Udo street by concerned neighbors who later on called police officers. As reported by K24, the man whose identities have been hidden used to work at the Nigerian Postal Service. Due to his old age, the management had to give him a retirement so that he can now start enjoying his pension. It has been reported that this man invited two teenage girls in his house after realizing that they are desperately looking for a job. He promised to connect them with a manager at the nearest postal center just incase they agree to enjoy the 'act' with him. It has been reported that the girls agreed and this is when the man passed away. Neighbors who saw them called officers before they escaped. The girls were arrested and up to now nobody knows what killed this man. Majority have just assumed that maybe he ran out of energy after the 'steamy moment'.
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