Could SA have the world's dumbest criminals? Video raises eyebrows

Could SA have the world's dumbest criminals? Video raises eyebrows

- South Africans were taken aback to see footage of some of the country’s dumbest criminals as they were caught in the act

- The video montage shows various clips of questionable criminal acts ranging from the theft of a big Coca Cola refrigerator to a botched cash-in-transit heist

- Social media users were drawn to the video as the post went viral in quick time

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Mzansi was appalled to see footage of some really silly criminal acts that were caught on camera.

A video montage shows the collection of capers and highlight the lack of intelligence of the perpetrators.

The footage quickly went viral since being shared on Thursday as it has already attracted nearly 500 000 views.

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South Africa Live shared the video via their Facebook page.

Social media were on hand to ridicule the men attempting to pull off the audacious acts.

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One of the clips included daylight robbery of a car where the thief gets mugged.

A cash-in-transit heist also goes horribly wrong as the driver of the truck fights back and chases the criminals.

Briefly.co.za noted that social media users had a few favourites among the clips.

David Sage said, “South Africa is in big big trouble.”

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Simphiwe Tshabalala commented, “The thief who was welcomed by Dogs is the best.”
Msingathi Leta Hanisi said, “Big up to that CIT truck driver.”
Francis Ngwenya added: “I like the guys who took the fridge. And noone pays attention to them.”
Mzi Ngcobo asked, “I wonder what happened to that guy who visited a pitbull?”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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