Outrage As Coconut Seller Caught Using Gutter Water To Wash His Coconut [VIDEO]

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A video of a Mallam caught washing his coconut with gutter water has sparked outrage on social media.

In the video that has become a growing sensation, the yet to be identified Mallam was spotted washing his coconut using gutter water.

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Watch shocking video below;

 

See some of the comments below;

@Afriqan wrote; ‘I pity anyone still buying fruits and other food products from mallams for consumption. Imagine eating a coconut like this, that’s automatic typhoid fever. Eat N100 coconut, pay 20k medical bills. Too many videos like this everywhere on the internet. I don’t like to sound tribalistic but ab0kis are really dirty.’

@Missambitious wrote; One of the reasons i don’t fancy eating outside. You don’t know how, when and where the food was prepared. That’s how Someone will be eating poison thinking that s/he is enjoying.

 

@Monogamy wrote; Na only for Nigeria you go see some heartless people adding amala flour to Akara. Anything about outside food ,na big NO..

@MANNABBQGRILLS wrote; ‘This is just so disgusting and sick! Imagine the gutter that some people must have done the number one and number 2 inside , and he was still using the dirty water to wach coconut for innocent citizens to buy and eat saying ‘ and this coconut sweet die o, give me #50 own more’! Not knowing that they have just swallowed something damn dirty!! May God continue to protect and safe his children from people like this particular dirty seller.’

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@Afriqan wrote; ‘I pity anyone still buying fruits and other food products from mallams for consumption. Imagine eating a coconut like this, that’s automatic typhoid fever. Eat N100 coconut, pay 20k medical bills.

@Esseite wrote; ‘These are the repercussion of inflation, these are the dynamics of business in a bad economy.Obviously he makes his living from coconut sales. Such small scale products usually have a cap, because if it goes beyond a certain price, people stop buying due to it not a necessity. With that being the only business the seller knows, he tries to cut all corners without regard to hygiene or anything just to reduce his running cost while fitting his inflated living cost into coconut sale profits.Nigerian should get ready for more substandard products.’

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