Source: Juba Eye

ALMOST 50 per cent of people in South Sudan don’t change their underwear every day, according to a disturbing survey.

The research revealed that 45 per cent have worn the same pair of briefs for two days or longer. Even worse, 13 per cent of those surveyed admitted that they’d sported the same undies for seven days or more.

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Men were the worst offenders, being 2.5 times more likely than women to wear their pants for a week especially in Hai Thoura residential area.

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The research also revealed how rarely people invest in South Sudan wear new underwear, with 46 per cent confessing that they’d owned a set for a year or more only and thirty eight per cent admitted that they had no idea how long they’d had certain pieces as due to the economic crisis in the country.

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