Horny Lecturer Caught In Girls Hostel Wearing Female Clothing

The randy ABU lecturer was caught in women clothing while visiting his lover who lives in an out-of-bounds private girls hostel

A lecturer at the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, was at the weekend caught sneaking into a private girls-only hostel disguised as a woman.

The lecturer, apparently on a visit to his girlfriend, wore a Hijab, a veil worn by Muslim women.

According to a witness quoted in a Daily Trust report, the lecturer was undone by  one  the security personnel who suspected his manly physique.

“ It was a vigilante member that noticed the structure of the man and exposed him," the witness, Khalifa Sha’aibu said.

Sha'ibu said it was not the lecturer's first visit.

"After he was caught, we discovered that he has been entering the hostel with the consent of the girl. The owner of the private hostel had barred men from entering the rooms.

“The most annoying thing is the fact that the man used Hijab. As a Muslim, I feel sad that somebody would use something that women of faith are known with to perpetuate crime.

I wonder why the man would not get a hotel room to perpetrate his immoral act.”

Student Pulse gathered that the lecture was handed army officers stationed at a nearby check point.

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