Prostitutes arrested in Owerri over lockdown.

It was dramatic as two prostitutes were disgraced today in Owerri, while trying to evade arrest.

As lockdown is been observed in Owerri the Imo State capital something funny and dramatic happened.

It was around 12noon, at ever busy Douglas road which has been deserted because of the government order of lockdown due to the corona virus menace.

Security agents were moving around to enforce the order when their attention were drawn by some youths who on their own was in front of their homes observing the lockdown, drawing closer they saw two ladies who dressed like prostitutes trying to enter a bus but the motorists refused them.

Looking back and observed the police they try to run away but the youths ran after them and apprehend them and hands them over to police. People were angry saying even when hotels and clubs are closed they are still going about sharing corona virus.

People no send at all.

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