Twitter CSI: Tweeps believe they found the #MosesMabhidaStadium looter

Twitter CSI: Tweeps believe they found the #MosesMabhidaStadium looter

- Tweeps have searched the internet to find the people responsible for the violent behaviour at the Moses Mabhida Stadium

- And, they found a man who they think resemble the looter that destroyed broadcasting equipment

- Meanwhile, the Kaizer Chiefs would face the Disciplinary Committee on 3 May following the incident

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Tweeps decided they're going to do some investigating and find the men responsible for the horrific acts of violence following the Kaizer Chiefs game this past weekend.

As reported previously, South Africans were fuming over the 'barbaric' behaviour of Kaizer Chiefs fans following a 2-0 loss against the Free State Stars at Moses Mabhida Stadium.

So. tweeps decided they were going to help solve the crimes and bring the guilty people to justice.

And, within only a few hours, tweeps believed they found the man, who allegedly was caught on tape destroyed broadcasting equipment.

Thabiso Mosia tweeted a photo and a screen shot of messaged between the alleged looter and another man, where he claims it was 'a mistake'.

"Man says he's at home if the police are looking for him #MosesMabhidaStadium", captioned the post.

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It was not long until other tweeps found the same alleged man, who they believe was one of the looters filmed in the video. Sivuyile Ngesi also posted a pic of the alleged looter, adding "we have found the Msunu".

Other tweeps were baffled and impressed at how fast it took social media users to find the alleged culprit.

However, it has not been confirmed whether the man tweeps found was the man in question. Thus far, only the Kaizer Chiefs will face implications.

The Daily Sun reported the club would face the Disciplinary Committee on Thursday, 3 May, following the incident.

The South African Football Association (SAFA) has since urged South Africans to help SAPS identify those responsible so that they can charged.

And, it appears that exactly what tweeps were doing.

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