Alleged slay queen’s good deed lands her in hot water

Alleged slay queen’s good deed lands her in hot water

One slay queen got more than she bargained for on a night out with some girls when she was accused of theft of R10 000.

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Twenty three-year old slay queen Princess Sibande thought she was just going out for a night of fun with some girls when she visited a local club with two other ladies.

Little did she know that only a few hours later, she would be confronted and accused of being a thief by one of these ladies.

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Daily Sun reported how Sibande believed she was doing the right thing when she took a handbag home after one of the ladies she was ith left the club with two men, and without her handbag.

She told the paper that she had every intention of returning the handbag the next day to the owner, but before she could so that, the owner arrived on her doorstep with a friend, demanding her handback, and money back.

The encounter was captured in a video and went viral on social media. It shows two women standing on a bed, demanding money back, while Sibande is taking money out of her wardrobe.

She says that by trying to do the right thing, she has been completely humiliated.

We often hear good Samaritan stories, but they usually have a happier ending than this story. Recently Briefly.co.za featured an article of how a Durban resident praised strangers for catching a thief and returning stolen money.

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Theresa Hoogewerf was shopping at Kensington Square recently when she realised that her wallet was missing. She soon noticed several missed calls on her phone. When she called back, the two Samaritans told her that they had her wallet.

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