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Large marmot of people gathered at the early hour of Sunday at Abisogun Street, Ogba, Lagos State were two apparent lovebirds were found dead in a Toyota Corolla parked by the roadside.
Although the names of the deceased had yet to be revealed, they were said to have been respectively married.
Both were found in the driver’s side, half naked, with his private parts showing, while the woman, who wore a gown, reclined in the passenger seat next to him. A tricycle rider, who was plying the street, noticed that the headlamps of the car were on around 8.30am. When the light was said to have remained on about 30 minutes after, the rider reportedly drew the attention of an executive member of the National Union of Road Transport Workers to the car. This was brought to the notice of the Area G Police Command, thereafter the car was moved down to the station and the bodies were deposited to the morgue.
Families and relatives of the deceased were contacted has the rush down to the station to confirm the incident but on their arrival they were shocked to know they were in an amorous relationship.
“According to the families, both of them lived in the same building in Ogba. The woman’s husband said he had suspected that she had extra-marital affairs, but decided not to confront her.
The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Olarinde Famous-Cole, confirmed the deaths.
He, however, said he had yet to be fully briefed on the matter.
He said, “They (the lovers) were taken to a hospital, where they were confirmed dead. Autopsies will be conducted on them, while investigation is ongoing to ascertain the cause of death. I don’t have their names for now.”
Source ; PUNCH
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