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Video: Nigerian woman removes T-shirt to fight man on train


 

The video footage of a Nigerian woman in Dubai who took off her T-shirt on a train to fight men believed to be Indians and Pakistanis has emerged online.

The two-minute video showed two Nigerian women having a heated argument with the men over seats.

One of the women, however, got enraged and confronted the fella that has refused to be pacified if he wanted to fight a woman. She took off her T-shirt and told him to bring it on.

A man in a black jacket intervened and she put on her cloth.

“Me no Indian woman,” she muttered.

See the video below.

The original video was posted on April 22, 2017 by Kelvin Chijioke. His Facebook profile says he lives in Dubai, UAE.

-Punch

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