Desperate man climbs tall statue after claiming wife dumped him

Desperate man climbs tall statue after claiming wife dumped him

- An unidentified man has caused a stir on social media after sitting on top of a tall structure

- Reports say the man chose to climb the pole in protest because his wife decided she no longer wanted to live with him.

- Some social media users expressed their opinions about his actions

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Briefly.co.za is in possession of photos of an unidentified man who has reportedly climbed a tall statue in Accra because his wife is no longer with him.

Details about how the man reached the top of the statue remain unclear but reactions from people create the impression that there is more to the story.

Social media users have reacted in various ways to the photos released by JoyNews on Facebook:

Agboada believes it was planned and rehearsed.

Amoah wondered how he reached the top of the statue.

Adjaison also wondered how he reached the top of the stone creation.

Mensah pleaded with the man's wife to return to him.

Adakabla asked why we are not worried about a possible mental patient.

Kamaldeen is convinced this is blackmail.

Yeboah agreed this is a clear case of a mental health issue.

Aboagye advised the man to find another woman.

Amoro meanwhile believed the man is prepared to die.

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In other news, Briefly.co.za has a video in which a lady attacked a doll because she believed it was a human.

Information available suggests that the unidentified lady entered a room and immediately attacked the doll because she believed her boyfriend was having an affair.

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In the video, which was obtained from celebritiesbuzz.com, the man is seen with the doll in the room and proceeds to caress it when he hears the woman about to enter the room.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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