Nigerian lady orders takeaway food of 7k for her friends on first date with guy, says she's testing his patience (photos)

Nigerian lady orders takeaway food of 7k for her friends on first date with guy, says she's testing his patience (photos)

Stories abound of how some people behave terribly when on dates. When these stories come around, many do not believe them.

A man recently took to Twitter to share a story of how a girl he was meeting for the first time decided to order takeaway food for her friends worth N7k.

This man who had been chatting with the girl online for about three months narrated how he finally invited the girl for a date and after they had spent about N5k on their own food, the girl decided to take food home for her friends.

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He went on to reveal that he just walked out on the girl after she ordered the takeaway packs. He later shared screenshots of the conversation he had with her afterwards.

See them below:

This is coming after police in India arrested a man because he was the admin of a WhatsApp group they accuse of spreading fake news.

Junaid Khan a student from India’s central Madhya Pradesh state was arrested on February 14, 2018 following a complaint filed at the police station by some locals because of a message that was forwarded in a WhatsApp group of which he was the Admin.

Police allege Junaid was the administrator of the WhatsApp group but his family argued he was made a default admin of the group only after the original administrators had fled the group.

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