7 minutes ago, a credible source of news K24 TV took to their Facebook page to report,
"Police were left wondering how the four came out of the car naked after such a neck-break speeding moment."
According to K24, 2 men and 2 women were caught naked in a speeding car by police in Ruai after they were initially suspected to be armed robbers. As stated by K24, the 2 men and 2 women are known as, Vianney Kibet, Silvia Kasiva, Esther Karingari and Denzel Njiru.
When K24 shared the news on their Facebook pages, kenyans reacted on their comment section and below is what some of them said,
@Richard Kikanga, "And what's the issue. Those are grown ups"
@Lucy Wangare, "What were you expecting after lifting the curfew?"
@Joel Momanyi, "Uko na video sana sana wakiwa nje with hands raised?"
@Antony Wambua, "Now what's the issue, hakuna shida wamedo, hawajafanya accident, people nowadays got energies from different sources unaeza pata hio gari akinunua aliambiwa aendeshe bila manguo, mnawashikia nini sasa😂😂😂"
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