Man arrested for stealing 52 female pants in Anambra

A young man has been arrested for stealing over 52 female under wears in Anambra.

A man spent time stealing women underwear

Chigozie Ugwu, a 22-year-old man who has been described as a serial underwear thief,  has been arrested by the police in Anambra State, for allegedly stealing no fewer than 52 women’s pant.

Ugwu who was paraded at the state Police Command Headquarters alongside other criminals, was said to be involved in several burglaries in Awka, the state capital, and was arrested after he broke into a shop along Emma Nnaemeka Street in the town, where he carted away good valued at over N500,000.

While being interviewed, the suspect said he did not know why he was obsessed with stealing female pants but that a particular spirit push him into the crime.

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Unblock notifications in browser settings.

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: eyewitness@pulse.ng

Recommended articles

CAF Awards 2022: 4 players who have no business being nominated for CAF Player of the year

CAF Awards 2022: 4 players who have no business being nominated for CAF Player of the year

Police rescue abducted kids in underground of Ondo church; pastor arrested

Police rescue abducted kids in underground of Ondo church; pastor arrested

Wike’s loyalists threaten defection as Atiku moves to avert PDP collapse

Wike’s loyalists threaten defection as Atiku moves to avert PDP collapse

For men: Here're 4 ways to tell if your partner is faking orgasm

For men: Here're 4 ways to tell if your partner is faking orgasm

P-Square, Davido, Burna Boy, Wizkid, Ckay, Kizz Daniel, among Afrobeats line up for Afronation

P-Square, Davido, Burna Boy, Wizkid, Ckay, Kizz Daniel, among Afrobeats line up for Afronation

When and where to watch Super Eagles of Nigeria vs São Tomé and Príncipe

When and where to watch Super Eagles of Nigeria vs São Tomé and Príncipe

'I have never raised my hand to hit my wife' - Chacha Eke's estranged husband speaks

'I have never raised my hand to hit my wife' - Chacha Eke's estranged husband speaks

Owo massacre: Amotekun arrests suspects in connection with church attack

Owo massacre: Amotekun arrests suspects in connection with church attack

Taiwo Awoniyi set for Union Berlin return just 28 days after joining Nottingham Forest

Taiwo Awoniyi set for Union Berlin return just 28 days after joining Nottingham Forest