It seems we grossly underestimated the Nigerian nationals living in South Africa; just as we thought we had seen it all, an incident has taken place, and the story is currently trending on social media, shocking many people even as we speak. You'll want to take a peek at the photo of the man being held for this latest Nigerian scandal before we go any further.
The man pictured above went to a salon run by Nigerians last Thursday to get his hair cut and beard trimmed. Everything went swimmingly up until Friday, when the staff noticed a strange itchiness in the areas where his hair and beard had been worked on. Though he, too, initially tried to ignore the situation, the ich eventually became unbearable, and he was forced to shave his head.
So, he went to the same salon in Mankweng in that zone 1 complex to ask about it all, and things quickly escalated to the point that he was forcibly removed from the establishment. The next morning he awoke with the puffy face you see. See what others have had to say about all this happening the way it has (check out the discussion in the downloadable screenshots)
What do you have to say as a person in light of the fact that he may have ended up looking the way he does because of whatever was utilized when he got his hair trimmed at the barber? Put your thoughts in the comments box below, and while you're at it, follow my account to stay up to date on the latest happenings.
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