Mzansi reacts to video of beer truck being looted while being towed

Mzansi reacts to video of beer truck being looted while being towed

- A truck transporting beer broke down recently in Wolmaransstad, North West

- Just as it was being towed by a tow truck, a large group of looters arrived out of nowhere

- Video footage of the incident was shared and social media users shared their disdain for the unruly looters

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Another day, another looting video in Mzansi.

Scenes of looters are becoming commonplace throughout the country, but a recent video still drew a strong reaction via social media.

The ‘This is South Africa’ Facebook group shared a video of a beer truck suffering a breakdown on the road somewhere in Wolmaransstad, North West.

After calling for help, a tow truck arrived on scene to provide assistance.

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Just as the beer truck was being towed, a mob of looters came flooding in.

The tow truck driver reacted speedily and drove off before any damage could be done.

The looters still got their wish as crates of alcohol fell out of the moving truck.

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The irate truck driver can be heard in the background of the video.

Briefly.co.za noted that the video was viewed 28 000 times since Sunday and the vast majority of comments were highly critical of the looters.

Martin Van Der Vyver said, “That’s all they know what to do is steal!”
Lang Lang added, “Part and parcel of their DNA they just cannot help themselves!!”
Roy McRae commented: “If u look at all the pictures of violence theft murder it's on one race.”
Mike Hodgskin said, “Let's see what Ramaposa and the ANC comment on this probably nothing.”
Natalie Dove added, “Don't even have to crash. Just stop your truck and thieves come like ants to sweets. South Africa is stuffed.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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