A woman in Kabarnet town narrowly survived the full wrath of the irate crowd for dressing inappropriately and going to the streets. It is said that the woman had put on a miniskirt that was too revealing and people could easily see what is not supposed to be exposed by a woman of her age.
Seeing this, the crowd approached her then started removing her clothes, her efforts to push the huge crowd back proved futile. Luckily police officers came to her rescue as they helped disperse the angry mob. A woman who happened to be a good Samaritan took her to her shop then gave her a decent dressing.
After being dressed, the lucky woman was escorted into a police vehicle by several police officers who ensured that no crowd could get any closer. She was taken away from the crowd then set free, maybe she learned a lesson the hard way.
This incident shows that despite the old notion that says my dress my choice, people should dress in an impressive way to match the standards of any person in society, they should not reveal too much of their skin because it is not appealing at all.
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