LAP DANCE IN LAGOS’ DANFO

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This Lagos ehnnn๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค” Wetin Musa no go see for Lagos hustle, ‘Lap Dance in Lagos Danfo’ ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ™„

While waiting at the park for other bus commuters to join the bus I boarded, a young lady in her early 20s approached the guy sitting beside me and said ‘please lap me’ to the guy. I was like ‘say what’๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

I just imagined๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค” if this request was made to some of my male friends.

The guy told her to enter the bus. I kept quiet, expecting drama to unfold (lap dance go happen in this danfo today).

The young lady entered the bus and the guy told her to sit. I was watching, thinking that when more commuters get into the bus, the guy will lap the lady. I had prepared my mind that if the guy makes attempt of lapping, I will pay the lady’s tfare for her to sit.

Finally, the bus got filled, and moved and there was no lapping, but the ‘aproko’ in me will not rest so I kept a watchful eye on them. The guy paid the tfare for both of them and after some minutes, they started talking.

I overheard a bit of their discussion, the guy asked where the lady was going, she replied that she is still going farther than Ikeja. The guy then asked if she had money to get home from Ikeja. Obviously, she didn’t. The guy ‘stylishly’ gave the lady some money that will help her get home. They talked for some minutes more and went silent.

I was anxiously waiting for that part where the guy would ask for her phone number. Disappointedly, it didn’t happen, there was no exchange of phone number. To my surprise, the guy started dozing and practically slept all through the the journey to Ikeja.

Really, I was surprised and I realised more clearly that ‘plain good’ people do exists even in this ‘mad’ Lagos. I have been stranded before and I know how unpleasant it is, read the gist here.

Let me leave you with this man’s recount.

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What do you think? Did the man’s action truly reflect dignity preservation?

What I can tell you is that I had a good laugh with this man’s experience cause I am sure I wouldn’t do this, never.

Share your thoughts with us in the comment section, would you do what the man did? Let’s get the comment section balling.

Have a fulfilling week ahead.

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6 Responses

  1. Fabiyi Joshua says:

    if it’s within my power, I sure would do it

  2. Dayo Chris says:

    hmmmnnn ,, well the guy is a good guy… but i think he wasnt bold enough to get the lady’s contact. in midst of distraction or time constraints

  3. Interesting twist… There is a hidden part of our psychology that is in the event that happened. The lady asked him to lap her, not because she wanted to do inappropriate things but because most lagosians are aware of coporate beggars who go around claiming they have no tfare. She didn’t want to seem like such and ask directly for money.
    It’s interesting how much to an extreme people have to go to present a different demeanor of their character so they won’t be misinterpreted or misjudged

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