Pickpocket Arrested At Oshodi Bridge Confesses “I’m An Orphan, Stealing Is My 2nd Nature”

September 8, 2016 – Pickpocket Arrested At Oshodi Bridge Lagos Confesses “I’m An Orphan, Stealing Is My 2nd Nature”

A young man from Ondo state was caught yesterday while removing money from a man’s pocket at Oshodi under-bridge.

The suspect 18-year-old, Jimoh Seun was arrested by RRS officials on patrol after one of his victims raised an alarm.

seun jimoh pickpocket oshodi

His confession:

“On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, I am always at Oshodi to pick pocket.

I steal an average of eight phones on Mondays and maybe like nine phones on Fridays. I don’t really get more than five phones on Wednesdays. “I am an orphan.

I was brought to Lagos by my uncle. He enlisted me in an automobile workshop but I ran away from there to Mushin where I honed my skills on how to pick pocket.”

9 thoughts on “Pickpocket Arrested At Oshodi Bridge Confesses “I’m An Orphan, Stealing Is My 2nd Nature”

  1. Even at that, bn an orphan is not just a good excuse to be a theif. This boy is too young for this act! Omo boy needs serious deliverance in other to stop his picking pockets attitudes.

  2. If this is the sorry confession of this boy, then I submit that he is a coded thief who needs no much interrogation before sending him to the appropriate place what he deserves.
    My take.
    THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER.

    I take a stroll…

  3. Since you have picked pockets and become so adept you drew up a “schedule” andkt records of your “returns” , you never considered stopping stealing and starting some honest venture. Maybe imprisonment term will cure you so enjoy !!!

  4. A round of applause for you !!!
    Congratulations, the automobile work don’t fit .you know you’re the great son of Alibaba.
    Silly boy. By the time you clock 30,you can sell Nigeria.

  5. Honestly, this guy is a pure liar and I’m 100% sure that he is not an orphan as claimed. Only in Naija will criminals cook up fake stories after they were caught in their wickedness to draw sympathy for their crimes. Why can’t this crook stay in Ondo and engage in farming with millions of available fertile land. Why coming to Eko Ile to become thief just because of his laziness. Being orphans and unemployed is no excuse for armed robbery, kidnapping, and 419s, go back home to start farming. Ole, Ole, awon o baiye je. Ilu Eko o ni baje.

  6. Chai!!! for my life i don’t like thieves but i love one thing about this guy which is that he knew his talent (stealing) loool..

    imagine someone they put in a workshop as an apprentice so he could learn and become a boss of his own one day but decided to start stealing because he feels his good at it what a pity that teens are now the one into this dirty act… i strongly believe 7yrs in jail will surely rehabilitate him since he is a
    #clueless human but i strongly believe that

    #IT_CAN_ONLY_GET_BETTER

  7. Your story is sorrowful but even as that, that you are an orphan does not make you hopeless or helpless you are still young try and get for yourself you can even beg nobody is above that

  8. BEING AN OPHAN DOES NOT MEAN STEALING, YOU CAN WORK FOR PEOPLE AND GET MONEY TO FEED YOURSELF.

    YOU ARE JUST A COPYCAT THAT IS WHY YOU BECOME A THIEF, BECAUSE YOU WANT SOMETHING FOR NOTHING. YOU WANT TO DRIVE HUMMER JEEP WITHOUT WORKING FOR IT

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