In Kenya, a man has been dragged to a local court for allegedly stealing ten chairs from a police station, NairobiNews reports.
Gideon Khaemba was separately charged with assaulting his neighbour, breaking into a house, and causing malicious damage.
He is accused of assaulting Moses Ndungâu on April 30, at the community policing offices.
Khaemba was accused of breaking into the community policing offices with intent to steal and stole the chairs worth Sh7000 (over K51,000) on April 30.
The suspect was also accused of willfully and unlawfully destroying two chairs at Ndungâuâs house which sired the charges of malicious damage to property.
Khaemba is said to have assaulted Ndungâu after he reported him to the community policing elders. Ndungâu had reported that Khaemba was threatening him.
Khaemba denied all the charges before chief magistrate Joyce Gandani and claimed that the complainant is humiliating and intimidating him because he is an orphan.
He accused Ndungâu and the community policing officials of calling him a mad man.
Gandani ordered him to be mentally examined.
He was freed on a Sh50,000 9over K360,000) bond and an alternative cash bail of Sh30,000 (over K221,000) .
The case will be mentioned on June 10.
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