Scary Demon Found On The Streets Of Africa

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Can you imagine coming across something that looks like a demon with a huge manhood and walking around with blood coming out of his mouth? Eww!

Sounds crazy, right? But this is something that happened in Africa when a man who seemed to look odd walked naked around in the street and people came up with their own theories.

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Check out this bizarre story of a man who was called the 'Tikoloshe', who was seen walking around in the streets.

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He Was Labelled As ‘Tikoloshe’

According to phantoms and monsters, a Tikoloshe which is also known as the 'Hili' in the Zulu culture is a dwarf-like human who is considered to have a mischievous and evil spirit. They are believed to be a cross between a zombie, poltergeist, and a gremlin.

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The ‘Tikoloshe' people are believed to possess the power to become invisible simply by swallowing a pebble. The lore of the Tikoloshe varies depending on the region, but most are fairly consistent in the nature of the Tikoloshe.

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A Viral Tweet Created The Buzz…

In a viral post by a Twitter user @Lecron, a series of photos were shared together with a tweet, which said, "Apparently this is a Tokoloshe (Demon) & has been sleeping with the villagers' wives in Mozambique, Sangomas in the area caught him..."

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But The Fact Is Totally Different…

Apparently, the tweet that went viral of the captured ‘Tikoloshe' was nothing more than a man who was dressed in a costume for Nnewi Afiaolu Festival. It is a traditional festival that is held annually in Nnewi around August every year.

So do not believe everything that you read online! What is your take on this? Do share your thoughts on the same in the comment section below.

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Story first published: Thursday, September 14, 2017, 21:15 [IST]
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