Video shows thug robbing young man: “Vote wisely cometh 8th May”

Video shows thug robbing young man: “Vote wisely cometh 8th May”

- A video enraged South Africans as it showed how a young man was robbed of his mobile phone

- The young man was seemingly walking to the mosque as he wore religious attire but was still robbed

- The video went viral and many voiced their disapproval for the current state of affairs

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A video has got South Africans fuming as a case of daylight robbery was caught on camera.

It featured a young man walking down the street in a residential area when a car drove by and then reversed towards him.

Within a flash, a man rushed out of the vehicle and threatened the young man with a gun.

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The youngster handed over his mobile phone and the thug rushed off with the vehicle.

Briefly.co.za noted the young man wore religious attire and carried a holy book, but that wasn’t enough to deter the attackers.

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South Africa Live shared the video and it went viral, attracting hundreds of comments.

Based on the responses, social media users are fed up with the high crime rate within the country.

Herbertsaiba Phiri said, “This is sad.Crime has gotten out of hand.Robbing someone coming from a prayer sis mxm.”
Odile Cheryl Allies-Jeftha added, “Vote wisely cometh 8th May, is there truly any political party that can bring this nation back to a state of normal where we don't have to fear for our lives and hard earned possessions.”
Mosima Mashobana commented, “They will trace registration number and get arrested. Get R99.00 bail each and robbing spree all over again.”
Graeme Jr Ndlovu said, “Brother protected his quran.”
Naeem Khan added: “This is the freedom we got after ANC took over. We were more free during apartheid. That's a fact!”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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