Video shows locals looting overturned truck loaded with eggs

Video shows locals looting overturned truck loaded with eggs

- Disturbing footage has gone viral on social media

- It shows people looting an overturned truck

- Social media users were mostly appalled by the act

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A video has emerged on social media showing South Africans looting an overturned truck. The truck was carrying eggs and people helped themselves to the poultry products.

The video was shared by the Intelligence Bureau and occurred in Gauteng

It has over 500 comments from social media users who had mixed reactions. Many were upsert by the fact that the looters were more focused on stealing the eggs than helping the driver of the overturned vehicle.

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Facebook user Prabash Moothee Ram said:

"And we wonder why the kids of today are so unruly..the problem resides with their upbringing"

While Charlene Smit said:

"How can they leave the person trapped in the truck unattended. Does human life mean so little these days? That persons life depends on their choices and all they care about is stealing. So sad, hope the driver is ok"

Nokuthula Malungu said:

"I’m shook that the eggs seem to be more prioritized than helping the possibly injured people/person inside the truck"

Humani Mozees Al-BaNkunar said:

"I understand that people were injured here but our people are just scrambling for Eggs instead of helping the injured. Drove past here in the morning. Midrand next to Mall of Africa"

Sphindile Bhebhe said:

"Look at this generation that's so broke and broken. They're more worried about what will be their next meal. They're trying to catch up with the cost of living ignoring the cost/value of life. If our leaders doesn't address this sooner I see more chaos in the near future"

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Mongezi Mbasa said:

"Wait for paramedics, I suspect none of these people have had first aid training"

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