– Two photos of a fruit tree covered with a mosquito net have caused an uproar on the Internet
– A resident had his fruits guarded so that his neighbor would not have access to them
– Even though the branches crossed the fence, the person wasn’t ready to see his fruit fall into someone else’s terrain
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Fruits are bae. This is what most internet users say whenever fruit is mentioned, wherever they are.
For the same reason, many people have admitted that they appreciate the glorious fruit and would not imagine eating a meal without a side of it.
But how far would someone go to make sure they don’t share their fruits with their neighbors or friends? We’ll find out in a moment.
Social media was filled with shock, laughter, and disappointment when a photo of a covert tree made the rounds.
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A lady on Twitter named Janet Machuka shared a picture of the tree, carefully covered with a web-like material, and labeled it “Such Neighbors Exist”.
A local resident who couldn’t imagine sharing his fruit chose to guard his tree to prevent his avocados from falling on his neighbor’s property.
The person spared most of the leaves, but made sure that almost all of the fruit was in the net, even though the branches of the tree went over the fence.
Social media users called the action selfish and hilariously explained that they would cut the tree if this ever happened in their homes.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng It was previously reported that a Florida woman went to court over the paternity of five goats she bought from her neighbor because she believed they were breeded by a pedigree.
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In December 2019, Kris Hedstrom paid her neighbor Heather Dayner the sum of $ 900 (N349,200) for five Nigerian pygmy goats named Margoat, Rosie, Gigi, Bella, and Zelda.
It should be noted that Dayner runs the Baxter Lane Farm and has been selling baby goats for 10 years.
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