Video shows reckless use of guns: “The power of idiots in numbers”

Video shows reckless use of guns: “The power of idiots in numbers”

- South Africans were stunned by a video which showed how two men casually discharged bullets in public

- The incident is believed to have taken place in KZN

- Angry social media users made their voices heard as they slammed the men and labelled them idiots

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South Africans were taken aback by a disturbing video which shows how two men open fire in broad daylight among a group of people.

The bullets are fired into the air but the risk is clear for all to see.

South Africa Live shared the video via their Facebook page and included the caption: “Here we go again!! Fools and their tools.”

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The video was only shared a few hours ago but has already gone viral with nearly 80 000 views and 400 comments.

Angry South Africans slammed the men in the video and labelled them idiots.

Briefly.co.za understands the video was filmed somewhere in KwaZulu-Natal.

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Bryan Dube said, “Never underestimate the power of idiots in numbers.”
Hano Johannes Rossouw added, “You never fire off a firearm in the air close to a city or residential area, those guys are happy since those bullets are not coming down next to them but it might kill someone in the surrounding area. What goes up must come down.”
Marley Akatsuki said, “Black ppl... if u were to gather the same group of ppl ask them to build something that would help uplift their community they will look at u look like you ask them who's goku.”
Jeff Meneses asked, “Surely they have been charged for the unlawful discharge of firearms?”
Randeree Imraan said, “Videos like this should be sent to Cyril Ramaphosa. Let’s see what he will have to say.”
Tshweu Kenzo Kenny added: “Being a Zulu is a curse yaz.”

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