Unpaid contractor or furious church member? Video shows man destroying property

Unpaid contractor or furious church member? Video shows man destroying property

South Africans were shook after a video went viral, which showed a man destroying property.

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On Friday, South Africa Live shared on social media, which gathered over 126k views in just a couple of days.

According to the report, the video showed a contractor breaking down all the work he had done because the clients failed to pay him.

"A Contractor was so furious for not getting paid for the work he did, he decided to undo it all...Would you do the same?!" the video was captioned.

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Some social media users applauded the alleged contractor, adding they would have done the same.

James C M Kaplan commented: "The problem is people don't respect us as builders and contractors. We work hard for our money and people take the piss with us and think they can rob us. This man is 100% correct. If it was me I bulldoze the whole house!"

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However, Briefly.co.za gathered others said the person who posted the video lied, adding the video actually showed a man destroying church property after a feud.

King Vulie wrote: "No dnt lie this building is old, this happened after a church feud."
Paul Rathbone added: "Who ever posted this is a bloody liar...This was disgruntled church members destroying the whole property. The video of the whole episode is on Utube."

Take a look at the video below:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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