Video shows 'regret nothing' branded beer truck looted by locals

Video shows 'regret nothing' branded beer truck looted by locals

On Friday, a beer truck lost it's load and it resulted in an early happy hour for passersby.

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On 1 March, a truck that was transporting alcohol had an accident which resulted in it losing its load.

However, motorists and locals nearby saw it as an opportunity to help themselves. A video of the incident was shared on Intelligence Bureau SA's Facebook page and it was reported it took place on the R300 near Kuilsriver, Cape Town.

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Video shows 'regret nothing' branded beer truck looted by locals

Screenshots of the video. Photo credit: Intelligence Bureau SA/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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It is not the first time a video was shared on social media which showed people looting trucks and South Africans are fed up with it.

Magate Phala commented: "But on a serious note, this type of crime must be given a priority. It happens everyday and it has become fashionable."
Jorrie Jordaan added: "Helping themselves"? Is this now the political correct word for stealing?"
Loyiso Makunga wrote: "Expropriation of beer without compensation."

Take a look at the video below:

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a similar incident. Another video was shared on Facebook which showed community members helping themselves to the goods on an overturned truck.

In the video, motorists and community members can be seen looting the truck even while all emergency services were on the scene.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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