- South African businesses will find it difficult to reopen their doors as many shops are being looted and one man seen eating cake has caught the attention of social media
- The man is possibly looting a Shoprite store and his video is going viral on social media, but he is seriously lambasted by the online community
- Posted by @Abramjee, the man is also carrying a camp chair branded with the Kaizer Chiefs logo and some people hilariously joked that he is the Soweto giants’ fan
South Africans continue to loot many shopping malls and businesses but one looter decided to help himself on a cake. It seems the man gained entry at a grocery store and managed to find his way into the bakery section.
In a video posted on social media by the well-known account holder, @Abramjee, the man is proudly feasting on the freshly baked cake.
Mzansi people in the digital networking application have shared their reactions and lambasted the poor guy who had all the time to enjoy the cake.
However, some people are finding it funny as the man is carrying a camp chair branded with the Kaizer Chiefs logo and colours, Briefly News takes a look at the comments.
The post reads:
“Someone's pillar of strength.”
“If only it wasn't a serious matter we dealing with, this would be so funny.”
“What can you expect from Kaizer Chiefs fan?
“Sorry, this is barbarism.”
“Last cake he will have for a while.”
“He got himself a chair, preparing for the final hahaha.”
“This is indeed sad. We are in trouble as a nation.”
“As Kaizer Chiefs, we would like to distance ourselves from this fellow..”
“He will pay for the cake with criminal records in jail.”
Zuma protests: violence spreads to Johannesburg with shots fired and shops looted
Looking at previous reports, Briefly News reported that the violent protests in response to former president Jacob Zuma's arrest have continued to spread and have now reached Johannesburg with reports of vehicles being shot at and looting.
The M2 was closed in both directions on Sunday as the protest action continued to spread. The Johannesburg Metro Police Department spokesperson Wayne Minnaar reported that the protestors had blockaded the road with burning tyres.
Besides shots being fired, shops have been looted and vehicles set on fire as the tense situation continues to escalate.
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