Viral video shows thug stealing rubbish bins: "New municipal vehicle"

Viral video shows thug stealing rubbish bins: "New municipal vehicle"

- A thief was caught on video stealing three rubbish bins outside a home

- The clip gathered thousands of views in just a day and left Mzansi social media users baffled

- Many had jokes but some South Africans felt there might be more to the story than meets the eye

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On Monday, South Africa Live shared a video on Facebook that had South Africans confused as hell.

The clip shows a blue vehicle pulling up to the sidewalk of a house. A man then gets out of the car and heads to the trunk to open it.

Next, he picked up one rubbish bin and carefully put it into the vehicle's trunk. The thug goes back for the second bin, putting it next to the first before forcing the trunk shut. He then takes the last rubbish bin and puts it on the backseat before getting into the car himself.

"When you're addicted to stealing," the video was captioned.

South Africans were left baffled by the clip - some could not understand why the thug would steal rubbish bins while others had their own theories.

Lopez Molaba commented:

"It is a new municipal vehicle, don't worry. They'll return the bins once emptied."

Bubele Dudumashe added:

"Something is inside those bins."

Tembisa Vitshima wrote:

"Talk about one man's trash being one man's treasure, literally."

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Take a look at the video below:

Meanwhile, in other news, earlier reported scientists are offering people more than R73 000 to be infected by the coronavirus.

The news went viral and we were met with an overwhelming response from our readers. Some of our readers were willing to take the risks while others said it was not enough money - we decided to take a look at some of your comments.

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