There have been stories of female pant theft almost everywhere and those who are in the business seem not ready to back out yet, no matter the punitive measure against the crime.

No doubt, underwear theft is the real deal for now and it appears to have become a money-spinning machine among the Yahoo plus guys who major in it.

The whirlwind of public reactions that greeted the theft of a Cleric daughter's pant in Akure on Wednesday has confirmed that ladies’ underwear are the endangered species and there is nothing anyone can do about it.

Two church guards, Samuel Linus and Adekunle Ogundana were arrested in connection with the crime which occurred within the premises of an orthodox Church in the state capital.

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The arrest of the two suspects however did not go down well with some members of the public who insist they were not caught red handed with the pants.

"How long have they been warning that ladies should keep eyes on their undies? For no reason should any lady spread their undies in the open space these days and whoever does that is at her own risk," said Funmi Adebayo.

On her part, Taye Akinfela maintained that the suspects were only doing the job they were employed to do and cannot be held responsible for the disappearance of pants.

"Nobody will expect them to be watching over pants of pastor's daughter. Anybody could have come in and removed the pants. Why did she spread the pants outside in the first place when she could have done it in their bathroom or bedroom, considering what is going on in the society?" she asked

The victim, simply identified as Yemisi, claimed that she washed and spread the pants outside in the night and the following morning, the pants were gone.

The state police spokesman, Femi Joseph confirmed the incident and said the suspects will be duly investigated.

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