A Ghanaian lady has said that a policeman forcibly kissed her on the lips after she was stopped at a police checkpoint at Dworwulu in Accra on Sunday.
Writing on Twitter, with the handle @JunkieonMars, she said she was heading home after a night out when the incident occurred.
The lady said that the police officer asked her to park and came round to the passenger side.
He then asked her a series of questions before ordering her to come out of the car.
She said she did and the officer continued with his questioning. She said suddenly, the policeman kissed her on the mouth.
She said another police officer asked the policeman why he kissed her and he replied that he did not know why.
The lady said she was badly shaken after the episode and so entered into her car and drove off.
She has since been trying to build a case against the policeman at several police stations but had failed, according to her Twitter posts.
The lady said she reported the case at the Achimota police station but the officers there laughed at her when she shared the story.
She said at the Kotobabi police station, a policeman asked her to simply forgive the police official who forcibly kissed her.
Read her tweets below:
She concluded that although she expected to feel better after sharing the unpleasant experience, that was not the case.
Na wa oo! What would you do if this happened to you?
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