Nigerian Man Reports Follower Tagging him with Sportsbet and 1xbet Codes to Police

Nigerian Man Reports Follower Tagging him with Sportsbet and 1xbet Codes to Police

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In a Twitter thread that’s gone viral for its sheer absurdity, a Nigerian man identified only as Spiritual (@_spiriituaL) has filed a hilarious “police case” against a fellow user, accusing them of a life-threatening crime: excessive Sportsbet and 1xbet Codes promotion.

Nigerian Man Reports Follower Tagging him with Sportsbet and 1xbet Codes to Police

Spiritual’s complaint, addressed to the Lagos State Police Command’s Public Relations Officer, SP Benjamin Hundeyin (@BenHundeyin), details a harrowing ordeal involving a barrage of tagged tweets promoting Sportsbet and 1xBet codes.

His grievance? The sheer volume of bets being shared, reaching a staggering “15–30 sporty bet codes a day,”.

But the plot thickens. The specific threat, according to Spiritual, lies in yesterday’s code involving a bet on “Goalkeeper not to touch the ball in the first 3–5 minutes.”

His investigation, conducted with unwavering diligence, revealed a shocking betrayal: the goalkeeper not only touched the ball but actively participated in midfield play!

Undeterred, the alleged perpetrator struck again this morning, tagging Spiritual to yet another game.

This, apparently, was the final straw. In a desperate plea for police intervention, Spiritual asks, “How do we proceed, please?”.

The internet, naturally, erupted in laughter. Tweets flooded in, praising Spiritual’s comedic genius and mocking the absurdity of the “crime.”

Screenshots of the tagged tweets, provided by Spiritual himself, only fueled the flames of hilarity.Screenshot of Sportsbet and 1xbet Codes

This bizarre twist on online betting promotions has become a beacon of joy in the often-serious world of social media.

While the true identity of Spiritual and his tag-happy follower remains a mystery, their online encounter has left one thing clear: even in the face of a “Sportsbet Scorcher,” sometimes laughter is the best defence.

Or maybe not.

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