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WATCH: Manchester Terrorist Videoed Wearing A Weird AF Arab Robe – Was THAT A ‘Sign?’

Dang. THIS didn’t tip people off to something not being quite right?

I mean really, that isn’t a warning sign?

What did the neighbors think — that he was a Jedi?

No, this wasn’t cosplay.

This was a cry for help.

It’s like a freaking brown KKK robe.

For those days when you can’t decide between the Nazi Brownshirt or the early Democrat uniform.

Footage has emerged of Mancester bomber Salman Abedi dressed in a long robe putting his recycling out months before he carried out his devastating terror attack.

The clip, which was shot by a neighbour, shows him in a dark brown Djellaba that stretches all the way down his body – this colour of the garment is believed to indicate that he is single.

It is not clear why Abedi’s neighbour chose to point their camera at him, but it shows him taking out the green bins outside the home that would later be raided by police.

It was apparently weird enough for Abedi’s neighbor to videotape him.

Watch:

That is the weirdest freaking thing.

I would have thought that was weird.

Other locals had reported Abedi had been behaving strangely in the months before the attack.

He was heard chanting Islamic prayers in Arabic just weeks before the concert hall atrocity, a neighbour revealed.

Lina Ahmed, 21, told MailOnline: ‘They are a Libyan family and they have been acting strangely.

‘He was chanting in Arabic. He was saying; ‘There is only one God and the prophet Mohammed is his messanger.”

She added: ‘I heard a really loud bang and went out into the street to see what was happening.

‘There was loads of police and they shouted at me and told me to get back inside.’
Read more: Daily Mail

As the investigation continues, it turns out that there were warning signs and the entire Abedi family was quite suspicious.

Share if you think this weird AF robe was probably another ‘sign’

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