Mzansi reacts to video of man claiming cops stole his R8 000 belt

Mzansi reacts to video of man claiming cops stole his R8 000 belt

South Africans hilariously reacted to a video of a man claiming the South African Police Service (SAPS) officers who raided his room stole a every expensive belt.

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On Wednesday, a video was posted on social media which showed a man going off at police officers who allegedly stole goods from his room during a raid.

However, the caption raised some eyebrows and Mzansi's reactions where hilarious. Briefly.co.za gathered the post claimed cops stole cellphones and a belt - which were worth a whopping R8 000.

The video was shared by social media user, Hannah Sankara, who captioned it:

"What South Africa has become. Police raids somebody’s room and steal R8 000 belt and phones. Let’s be honest, nobody cares any more, justice system has failed."

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Not a single tweep worried about the claims against the officers, they only focused on the unbelievable price tag on the missing belt.

Mthokozisi Mthembu, who goes by the Twitter handle‏ @MthokozisiMthe7, commented: "Yeah some people live to look good nje nothing else."
Another tweep, @Wesley__pipes23, added: "Should room and R8000 belt be in the same sentence?"
Social media user, Dr Mokapane, asked: "Does the belt do any special things that it has to cost so much?"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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