- A student had a horrific experience during a virtual Zoom class and the incident was caught on video
- In a video shared online, the unsuspecting student can be seen getting robbed while she listened to the educator
- The video quickly gathered over 94 000 views and social media users were shocked by the footage
A group of students were paying closely attention to their professor during a virtual class on Zoom when something horrifying happened.
One of the student, a lady identified only by her screen name Majo, was robbed while her classmates looked on helplessly.
Majo, who hails from Ecuador, muted her laptop's microphone during the lecture. She then looked behind her to the door when the intruders entered.
After a moment, the other students realised what happened and they told the professor, whom instructed them to alert the police.
According to EastCoastRadio, the thugs were arrested and Majo and her family were unharmed. The video has since been shared online and quickly gathered over 94 000 views.
Social media users were quick to give their two cents' worth on the incident:
"At least they were caught."
Social media user, @vetsandfriends, wrote:
"Pure evil. Get right with God."
Darlene Carlson, who goes by the Twitter handle @Darlene43204151, said:
"What the heck?
Take a look at the video below:
Recently, Briefly.co.za reported on another viral video. In the clip, a man returns home and is ambushed by several armed thugs. According to reports, the man visited a bank before going home to withdrew his salary.
It appears the suspects then followed 58-year-old Lood de Jager home, where they then robbed him. However, in the footage, his Doberman dog, Nicky, tried to save her owner by attacking the armed robber. Sadly, Nicky got shot in the process but she managed to survive.
After Nicky bravely attacked the thug, they picked up the money De Jager had dropped as well as his cellphone before fleeing the scene. The video quickly gathered over 52 300 views and South Africans reacted to the harrowing footage.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!