Vegetable seller loses bread to capital crooks

Vegetable seller loses bread to capital crooks

A veg vendor is feeling blue after losing a bag of green yesterday morning.

Police said the woman was working at her stall near the capital’s Intercontinental Hotel when three men approached, ostensibly to check out the produce.

Sadly, they weren’t there for the cassava, instead grabbing the bag of cash sitting next to her and taking off.

The spunky vendor chased the trio through the market, catching one and dealing out an assortment of kicks and punches.

Unfortunately, the cash was with one of the other two.



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