Drunk Lawyer Brutalised In Okpara Waterside In Delta State For Messing With Soldier’s Girlfriend
March 22, 2017 – Drunk Lawyer Beaten To Pulp By Soldiers In Okpara Waterside In Delta State For Messing Around With Soldier’s Girlfriend
An eyewitness who identified himself as courage has narrated what happened to Barrister Sunny Ekwe, the lawyer beaten to pulp by 5 soldiers in Delta state few days ago.
Here is the eyewitness account of the story:
The lawyer was very wrong. We saw it all, that night the I was walking on the street of Okpara water side, I saw a Jeep driving anyhow around 9:30pm. The Jeep finally stop at a bar.
PLEASE tell me what responsible lawyer get himself drunk
Trying to sleep with under age girls
Driving any how on streets
So let me continue …
The drunk lawyer Jeep stopped at a bar in the area and it happens that two young soldiers without uniformwere sitting at bar with their girlfriends.
The lawyer came down from his car and called one of the soldiers girlfriend, I don’t know if he knew her before, so she went to him. They started talking.
All of a sudden we noticed the lawyer holding the girl by the neck.
As the girl was struggling to remove his hand from her neck, her soldier boyfriend quickly walked up to them and asked what was going on.
When he got there he ordered the lawyer to remove his hand from the girl’s neck
The lawyer refused and shouted at the soldier “who are you to tell me that”, do you know who I am.
The soldier decided to remove the hand by him self.
At this point, the drunk lawyer picked up a bottle and tried to stab the soldier, he defended himself.
The two other soldiers at the bar came to his rescue.
But still the barrister who was heavily drunk wanted to fight, so they had no option than to teach him a lesson.
March 22, 2017 at 9:17 PM
Good job,conform justice instantly
March 23, 2017 at 1:24 AM
He invited the trouble if this is true,however, those soldiers could have acted differently if they are truly serving and protecting by handing him over to police,maybe with addition of only one slap.