"Jesus Isn't Enough For This Nation": SA Reacts to Zinc Truck Looters

"Jesus Isn't Enough For This Nation": SA Reacts to Zinc Truck Looters

- A clip of some community members bravely looting a truck has been shared online

- In the clip, the locals come in numbers to steal some zinc sheets from the stationary truck

- Many South Africans have shared disappointment towards the looters' behaviour in the comment section of the post

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A clip of some community members brazenly looting a stationary truck has been shared online by Twitter user, @advobarryroux. In the clip, the locals have come out in large numbers to loot the truck that was loaded with zinc sheets.

In the clip, the homes appear to be made predominantly from zinc so undoubtedly, the looters were planning to either build or extend their shacks which makes the entire looting an even sadder event.

"Jesus Isn't Enough For This Nation": SA Reacts to Zinc Truck Looters
These looters got a way with a lot of zinc sheets. Images: @advobarryroux
Source: Twitter

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"Iyho", the clip was captioned by @advobarryroux.

Locals had this to say:

@Doctor_smal said:

"Jesus alone would not be enough for this nation, he needs to be accompanied by Daniel, Moses, Samson n those other magicians... N lastly He mustn't forget BARNABAZ the guy he was with in his last day. Or do u guys think GOLIATH is also needed?"

@Skhalo53224937 said:

"Lol we are in a banana republic it reminds me of Zandspruit incident where is the police and Cele in this or they'll come later?"

Briefly News also reported that South Africans are reacting to a video of a truck being looted near Tshwane, Centurion where looters are seen helping themselves. It remains unclear as to which company owns the truck but it seems it has lost its load of coffee creamers after it was spotted on an R55 busy road in Gauteng.

Posted by @Abramjee on Twitter, the clip shows how drivers and a truck just drop members of the community to collect their boxes. @PumulaFrank said:

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“Of course. I couldn't help to notice the poor folk in the black Nissan SUV struggling with the loot. Tough times.”

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