- Two nurses have been arrested for allegedly stealing a dying patients credit card
- The two were caught on camera using the card after an investigation was launched when the patient's business partner alerted the police
- One of the accused is wanted in Cape Town on charges of fraud, the two will stay in custody until their trial on 22 January
Two males nurses were arrested at St Augustine's Hospital in Durban, they were taken into custody for allegedly stealing credit cards from a terminally ill patient.
Video cameras had captured the two nurses aged 40 and 45 using the credit card of the businessman after he had passed on.
TimesLive had reported that the businessman is believed to be a partner of Auto Engineering on Sydney Road in Umbilo. It was his partner who took the matter to the police.
He alerted police after he saw that his business partner's credit card was being used after he had died.
According to reports, the deceased's cell phone had his credit card pin on it which was allegedly used by the nurses.
One of the accused is a repeat offender and is wanted in Cape Town for fraud. The two men will stay in custody until 22 January when they will appear in court.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG took to social media to air his frustration after his phones got lost while he was using a popular e-hailing cab service.
The world-renowned musician posted that he forgot his phones, an S20 Ultra and iPhone, in the cab but was not able to get them back.
Master said that after realising that his phones were missing, he called the cab driver but his phone was off. A few hours later, the driver eventually responded and denied being aware of the whereabouts of the phones.
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Source: Briefly News