- Another takeaway order has been stolen at a drive-through window and South Africans are confused
- The video shows an employee of the restaurant handing the meal to a customer before a random person sprints to grab it
- Saffa tweeps are confused and in stitches, while others believe that it was all just a prank
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Yet another video has emerged of customer's takeaway being stolen at a drive-through window, this time it's in SA. The video was uploaded to Twitter by @dududube and is a mere 13 seconds long.
It was uploaded yesterday and has already gathered over 70 000 views on the social networking site. Some Saffa tweeps are in utter disbelief at the act while others found it to be absolutely hilarious.
It is currently unclear whether or not the customer's meal was replaced or what actions were taken. Some tweeps have been questioning the legitimacy of the video as the phone camera was already recording before anything happened.
Take a look at the video below:
Here's what some tweeps had to say:
"Manje what happens in such a case? She paid and didn't get the food..."
"I think this was set up because why was she filming, and that laugh is kinda suspicious."
@nelson_mahlangu replied with:
"How convenient is it that the camera was rolling when the scene took place?"
"The person who was sitting ready with a camera just to catch this incident. No, it’s very dubious."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on a lady's fast food being stolen at a drive-through window. Twitter users are in shock at a new video uploaded by @Colourphuza. The video shows a lady waiting for her meal at a drive-through.
As the employee from the takeaway hands her the meal, an unknown man sprints passed to grab it. The employee at the restaurant yelps in shock and disbelief while the lady in her car just covers her mouth in shock.
The video has been viewed over 24 000 times on the social networking site and tweeps are quite confused. People have taken to the replies section under the tweet to share their thoughts. Although the majority of responses are of people who are in disbelief at the incident, there are a few tweeps who found it funny.
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