Mzansi's Chuck Norris: Man breaks off railing before stealing it

Mzansi's Chuck Norris: Man breaks off railing before stealing it

- Video footage revealed how a metal railing disappeared from the entrance of a business premises

- A thug can be seen in the video tugging at the railing and dismantles the object in quick time

- Disgusted social media users saw the video and reacted in anger

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When workers arrived at their place of work, they would've been confused to observe that a metal railing at the front of the business premises had disappeared overnight.

Surveillance cameras helped to solve the mystery as the guilty culprit was clearly visible.

The footage revealed how a man walked up to the entrance and started tugging at the railing for a minute or so.

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The thug manages to dismantle the railing from the ground and makes a quick getaway with the object.

South Africa Live shared the video via Facebook and included the caption: "Come see Chuck Norris here."

Briefly.co.za noted the viral reaction, but while some Facebook users marvelled at the man's show of strength, others pointed to poor workmanship and slammed the criminal act.

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Mai Muno commented, "Gone in 60 seconds."
Rikus Bezuidenhout said, "And I bet you, when he's caught eventually he will blame the contractors that installed the handrail in the first place of poor workmanship."
Lebo Lebo added, "This guys can't even walk properly, but when it comes to dismantling and demolition they take a trophy."
Samukeliso Gift Manana responded, "Anyway I would like to say thank you to this guy for showing me that next time when I am at the 7th floor balcony I should not rely on those things, yerrrrr."

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