From the Field to the Headlines: Former Caps United Player Denies Stealing Whiskey in Kwekwe
Former Caps United player, Patrick Folani, has denied stealing whiskey from a liquor shop in Kwekwe at the weekend. Folani was accused of walking out of the liquor shop with a bottle of whiskey without paying for it. He was in the company of two women, reported hmetro.
Former Caps United Player Claims Innocence
Former Caps United player denied being involved in the theft. He claimed that his only crime was standing next to the suspect. Patrick said he was simply enjoying his beer and people implicated him because they saw him standing close to the ladies who were captured on CCTV.
“I feel hurt that the media only focused on me leaving people who were actually involved in the incident., said Patrick. “I did not steal anything and I am willing to cooperate fully with the authorities to clear my name.”
Folani Willing to Cooperate
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Folani said he did not steal anything and he is willing to cooperate fully with the authorities to clear his name. He feels hurt that the media only focused on him, leaving people who were actually involved in the incident. His brother also defended him saying that Folani did not steal any whiskey. The lady with a coat jacket was the one captured clearly in the footage doing her shenanigans.
“The guy captured in that footage has since settled with the bar owner. Patrick is the guy in the green jacket close to the two ladies in the CCTV footage,” said Patrick’s brother. “He did not steal any whiskey. That lady with a coat jacket was captured clearly in that footage doing her shenanigans.”
Confrontation with Liquor Shop Proprietors
According to H-Metro, Folani was confronted for his criminal activity on Sunday and ordered to pay for the stolen whiskey. In the CCTV footage, Folani can be seen standing next to a woman at the whiskey shelf who grabbed a bottle of whiskey and handed it over to him. Folani then walks out of the shop with it, and the woman follows.
Despite being caught on CCTV footage, Folani has maintained his innocence, claiming that he was simply standing next to the suspect and did not steal anything.