Brazen robbery at petrol station caught on video, Mzansi left fuming

Brazen robbery at petrol station caught on video, Mzansi left fuming

A video was shared on social media which showed yet another robbery at a petrol station, and it infuriated Mzansi.

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On Wednesday, a Facebook group called South Africa Live shared a video of another brazen robbery at a petrol station.

"Please stay alert at all times!! This is the reality of living in our country," the footage was captioned.

Although it was implied that the video was taken in South Africa, Briefly.co.za could not determine where or when the video was filmed, nor was any information provided on possible leads or arrests.

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Brazen robbery at petrol

Screenshots of the video. Photo credit: South Africa Live/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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The video gathered over 76,000 views in just 22 hours and it left South Africans fuming. One social media user, Georgia Georgiadis, called for the return of the death penalty:

The death penalty needs to come back in! This is not on anymore! You kill, you get killed... you rape you get killed... maybe then all these thugs will catch a wake up call... prison is not punishment. It’s a roof over your head, free food and free education!"

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Georgiadis was not the only one fed-up with crime and other South Africans also shared their two cents' worth on the footage.

Trevor Wilson added: "South Africans ........it is in our nature to destroy ourselves."
Sihle Thango wrote: "How do we fix this?Why is our government so passive in dealing with such things?"

One social media user, Sentle Adebisi Lehoko accused the Facebook group of sharing an old video.

"What is the motive for circulating an old video?" Lehoko asked.

Take a look at the video below:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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