On Monday, Adamawa State Polytechnic was thrown into chaos when six male students reported the theft of their manhoods.
According to reports, two unidentified individuals visited the campus and greeted the victims with a handshake.
Shortly after, the affected students discovered that their private parts had drastically reduced in size, resembling that of a matchstick.
Concerned fellow students quickly gathered to confront the strangers and demand that they reverse their actions.
“The students became violent because the police and polytechnic authorities prevented them from lynching the suspected private part thieves,” Newsmen quoted the eyewitness saying.
However, security personnel stepped in and prevented the students from taking matters into their own hands.
Confirming the incident, the polytechnic’s spokesperson, Albert Matilah, said, “We woke up to this unfortunate situation. There have been rumours that criminals who specialize in snatching private parts of individuals were in town. And this morning, six of our students complained that their private parts had disappeared.”
Matilah added that the culprits had been apprehended and handed to the police.
To express their discontent, the aggrieved students blocked Galadima Aminu Way in Jimeta, causing a disruption in the flow of traffic along the main road adjacent to the polytechnic’s main campus.
It took a combined effort from security forces, including the military, police, and civil defense, to restore order.