Mzansi shocked by video of motorist getting robbed at petrol station

Mzansi shocked by video of motorist getting robbed at petrol station

- South Africans are up in arms following another brazen robbery at a petrol station

- Video footage revealed how a group of thugs exited their vehicle to rob the female motorist alongside

- The brave woman tried resisting their attempts, but they proved too strong and escaped with her possessions

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A video showcasing another brazen criminal act has caused a stir via social media.

Yusuf Abramjee (@Abramjee) shared the video on Tuesday, which revealed how a relatively new white vehicle stopped at a petrol station to fill up.

However, before the petrol attendant was able to commence, a group of men emerge from the vehicle and quickly approach the female motorist alongside.

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The thugs forcefully take the woman's possessions and made a quick escape.

Although the woman resisted them bravely, the men proved to be too powerful and removed all her valuables.

The footage sparked a strong reaction via Twitter, as many shared their disdain for the case of daylight robbery.

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Christopher J Moodley (@ChrisJMoodley) couldn't hide his disdain:

"Sickening."

Jeremy Forbes (@F62Forbes) shared an interesting theory:

"The deeper the famine in Zimbabwe the higher the crime rate in Gauteng."

Twitter user @MsYonwaba said,

"Yho! All this while I thought it was them that would get robbed. Our black people, bethuna."

️We Move (@Lothando12) added,

"Any vehicle with more than one male nje must be stopped and searched. This is crazy."

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported on another disgusting criminal act, as a group of men targeted an elderly gentleman.

The madala had just withdrawn a large sum of cash from the bank and many South Africans suspected an inside job.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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