- In a security video posted to Twitter today, a group of three men can be seen hijacking a courier van
- The video has been viewed over 7 000 times since it was uploaded
- Saffa Tweeps reacted with anger and frustration
Crime is still rife in South Africa regardless of the lockdown. In another crime caught on video, a Fastway Couriers vehicle was hijacked in Gauteng. In the security video uploaded to Twitter by @Abramjee (Yusuf Abramjee), the vehicle can be seen pulling up in front of a gate.
Not long after, a white Nissan Almera pulls up behind the courier van before three assailants jump out and run straight to the courier van. One assailant runs straight to the passenger door and the other two to the driver's side. The vehicle they arrived in leaves.
The gate begins to open and a clearer view of the crime is visible. The van jerks forward whilst the assailants remove the driver of the courier van and jump in. Since its upload earlier today, the video has received over 7 000 views.
South Africans are absolutely outraged at the crime in the country and have voiced their opinions all over social media. Regarding this specific case, here's what some Saffa Tweeps had to say:
"What you expect Mr Yusuf? People waited far too long for their parcels, they are taking matters into their hands. This Covid-19 has a big toll on our people, this is expected. Spike in bombshells of this, ANC, money, cars, our eyes can see that the ANC government destroying the economy."
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on another heinous act at a Pretoria daycare centre. The daycare centre was held up by a gun-wielding man in broad daylightitter user @Abramjee posted a video last week of Kiepieland Daycare House based in Pierre van Ryneveld.
In the video, a man can be seen holding what seems to be a gun in front of a lady. The lady looks to be taking off her rings to hand hem to him when a child runs up to her. The child proceeds to hold onto her leg before the gun-wielding man kicks the woman.
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