- A video of a community working together to rob a cash-in-transit vehicle has been posted to Twitter by @danielmarven
- In the video, a man can be heard narrating the entire ordeal as he runs away from the scene of the crime
- The video has since gone viral and not for the incident that occurred but rather for the narrator and his explanation of the crime
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With the global pandemic causing a serious number of job losses in South Africa, many people within the nation are doing anything to make ends meet. This is evident in a new video uploaded to Twitter by @danielmarven.
The one-minute, 26-second video shows a community working together to rob a cash-in-transit vehicle that appears to have just been driving by. Gathering information from the video, it looks as though there were minibus taxis involved in the robbery as well.
The video was uploaded last night and has since gained over 79 000 views on the social networking site. Although the robbery is a very serious incident, Mzansi tweeps were more focused on the man who took the video.
The video has almost 2 000 likes on Twitter and the replies section is filling up fast. Take a look at the robbery below:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top tweets under the video.
"Police everywhere kodwa I see no van of police."
"Can someone organise Netflix to use this guy to narrate SA movies?"
"Reporter exaggerates but he’s damn interesting."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a video of a robbery at a petrol station in Port Elizabeth. Crime is on the rise in SA and a recent video uploaded to social media is proof of this. @Abramjee recently posted a video to Twitter of a robbery at a Sasol in Port Elizabeth.
The one-minute, eight-second clip shows a man entering the cashier's area. The assailant proceeds to push the cashier around until he releases the cash register filled with money. The assailant holds the cashier by his chin before hitting him on the back of the neck to push him towards the other cash register.
A second view from another security camera shows the assailant and his accomplice grabbing the cash registers, which were placed on the counter that divides the cashier and customer. They then leave, cash and snacks in hand.
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