Kenyans were taken aback after a television personality known as Dr. King'ori aired CCTV footage allegedly taken in one of Nairobi's hotels where a man was caught stealing in broad daylight.Photo | Courtesy
According to the video, a man is seen leaving the hotel and passing close to a woman who is seated scanning her phone. The man could have been following the lady and after taking a few steps away from her, he was apprehended returning and snatching the phone with lightning speed.
This attracted the attention of other hotel guests, who attempted to outrun him. It's unclear whether he was truly apprehended. Kenyans have questioned how bold the man was to do so in a hotel and, more importantly, in broad daylight.
Some joke that the method in which that guy took the phone makes it impossible to track him down.
People have warned to be extra cautious, particularly in Nairobi, because crime has escalated to a new level, and you may be sat next to a burglar without realizing it.
Kenyans have reacted in a variety of ways following that incident;
Here is the link to watch the video
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