- Various clips of a group of men storming inside a Cape Town luxury car store called the Toy Shop and demanding two cars
- Not long into the clip, the men then start using steel bars to trash both the cars and the office space of the Toy Shop
- Locals have headed online to share various interesting thoughts on the clip that has been shared on various platforms
A clip of a gang of men armed with crowbars and steel poles storming into a Cape Town luxury car shop has been circulating online. According to information found online, the men jumped out of a taxi and then demanded two luxury cars from the employees at the Toy Store.
After being obviously denied their bizarre request, the men then proceeded to go on a rampage and making a considerable amount of damage to a number of expensive vehicles that were parked in the showroom.
"2 taxis pulled up at The Toy Shop (luxury car shop) in Woodbridge Island. A few guys got out & demanded they give them 2 cars. Needless to say, they told them to f*ck off. The guys got out and f*cked up every car in the showroom. Crazy times in Cape Town," explained @advobarryroux who uploaded the clips on to his Twitter page.
Meanwhile, locals have had this to say about the reckless thuggery:
"South Africans are quite capable of fvcking up their own cOUntry without the help of foreigners. Let's give them a chance."
"Wow, these guys are just on another level"
In other Briefly.co.za reports, South Africans and fighting are like amagwinya and polony, the two go hand-in-hand. A video of a group of people having a weird tiff in Cape Town is doing its rounds on social media thanks to parody account @AdvoBarryRoux.
The 30-second clip has stones and bricks flying. The person filming the video laughs beyond belief before telling everyone surrounding the weird fight not to laugh. There are over 13 000 views of the video.
It seems as though the participants in the fight were elderly, judging from the responses from peeps who soon flocked to the comment section to both laugh and share their thoughts on peculiar brawl.
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