It is either bricklayer Bayo Issa was not aware that assaulting a person in Nigeria was a crime or he was under the influence of something. 

He has, in a quest to show a police woman his manhood, earned himself some days in prison. 

His fate is being decided at an Ilorin Magistrates’ Court and he appeared in court for the first time on Wednesday.

Issa is alleged to have beaten up the police woman, Ife Sylvester, and inflicted injuries on her eyes. 

The police charged Issa with four counts of assault, voluntary causing hurt, mischief and attempt to commit culpable homicide. 

Magistrate Abdulraheem Bello, remanded the accused, after prosecutor, Inspector Zacheous Folorunsho, told the court that the police was still investigating the matter.

Bello ordered that the accused be remanded in Okekura Prison Yard, Ilorin and adjourned the case until December 19 for further mention.

Earlier, the prosecutor, Folorunsho told the court that the accused was arrested on December 3 at the Link Guest House, Tanke, Ilorin.

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Folorunsho said that the accused destroyed office equipment in the Divisional Crime Office valued at 200,000 Naira.

He also said the accused dragged an AK47 riffle from the charge room officer and attempted to pull the trigger before he was overpowered by other officers on duty.

He alleged that preliminary investigation revealed that the accused is a habitual criminal standing trial in different courts for similar offences.

The prosecutor said the offence contravened the provisions of sections 264, 242, 327 and 95 of the Penal Code Law.

The accused, however, denied all the allegations. 

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