- A well-known Richard's Bay man and his friend have gone viral for all the wrong reasons
- The man was refused entry to a Tops liquor store because of a lack of masks
- He then started filming the staff and it resulted in a physical altercation
The lockdown has been tough on all South Africans and instead of working together to make it as comfortable as possible, some people want to be difficult.
Under the lockdown regulations, the government insists people should wear masks when they go out into public.
However, one man did not get the memo and he ended up sparking a fight outside a liquor store. According to The South African, a well-known Richard's Bay dagga activist, Sheldon Cramer, created a scene outside a Tops bottle store when he was refused entry because he was not wearing a mask.
Cramer, who is also known as Bobby Greenhash, started filming the incident and he accused several staff members of not having masks.
One man then tried to correct him and Cramer incorrectly claimed he also did not wear a mask. At one point, one of the security guards had enough of Cramer and his friend, Bones' behaviour.
Soon an altercation between the guard and Bones took place and Cramer can be heard threatening the guard with legal action.
Briefly.co.za gathered Cramer's video has since gone viral and it was shared on Twitter by @veshhalin, who captioned the post:
"Can you smell the entitlement? And he thought Tops looks bad? I just want to see the TL drag this man."
Take a look at the video below:
Caution: The video contains strong language and footage some might find offensive.
Unsurprisingly, Cramer's actions did not make him a hero online and tweeps dragged him and his friend.
In fact, whatever Cramer attempted to achieve by filming the video backfired completely and instead the guard was applauded.
Social media user, @jukie1906, wrote:
"Entitled racists are the best and worst. At least they are always exposing themselves - trying to film their 'oppression'.”
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