Monday, February 27, 2012

28 Years Old Nigerian Dies During Alcohol Drinking Contest

Nigerians who patronize
drinking joints and beer
parlours have been warned by
the leadership of the Nigeria
Police Force against engaging in
life-threatening contests.
This warning followed the death
of Azeez Muideen, a 28-year-old
commercial motorcyclist (Okada
rider), last Wednesday after
taking too much alcohol in a bid
to win a drinking competition.
It was learnt that on the day of
the incident, Azeez and some
friends had a drinking contest.
He took excess alcohol after
which he suddenly slumped.
According to residents of Aso
Rock Villa, Ebute Road, along
Lagos-Ibadan Expressway,
where the incident occurred,
Azeez alone consumed two
bottles of brandy before the
unfortunate incident.
Immediately his friends realised
that he had slumped, they
dumped his corpse near a
gutter and took to their heels.
His remains were later
recovered and taken to the
Ibafo Police Division. Policemen
at the station took the body to a
nearby hospital, where Azeez
was confirmed dead.

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