Woman calls cops on black man watching his son's soccer match

Woman calls cops on black man watching his son's soccer match

A woman called the police on a black father, who was simply cheering son on during his soccer game- and the entire incident was caught on camera.

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Racism is not just an issue in South Africa- recently Briefly.co.za reported on a woman who called the cops on a black man because he was babysitting white kids and a real estate agent who phones the police because a black apartment owner looked suspicious.

Now, on the most recent episode of 'calling the cops on a black person for no particular reason', a woman had the police come down to a school soccer match because a black dad was cheering on his son.

According to a Facebook post by Ginger Williams, the dad was cheering on his son, who got frustrated with the match official's decision.

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He reportedly shouted, "the ref is right" to calm down his little boy. However, the lady, who has been dubbed Golfcart Gail, assumed he was harassing the referee and she told him his behaviour would not be tolerated.

So, Golfcart Gail got on her cellphone and phoned the police. The dad had to explain the situation to cops.

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The post went viral and social media users were left enraged by the woman's alleged racism.

Marie Jackson commented: "These incidences are just despicable. When the police could be out there apprehending a real criminal instead they're answering these ridiculous calls for all these racists who allegedly feel threatened by people of color. SHAMEFUL!"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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