- A short clip of a car that looked like it was attacked was shared by a woman online
- In the clip, a woman can be heard angrily saying in the background that she is tired and doesn't care if she gets arrested or put on the news
- South Africans have shared various reactions to the clip in the comment section
Broken relationships and hurt feelings can really make people do the craziest and most over-the-top things. A clip of a woman who has completely destroyed her former lover's car is an example of this.
Heading to Twitter, @advobarryroux shared the clip that the woman presumably recorded after she smashed all the windows on her partner's car. She also packed out his clothes and shoes and left them on the bonnet of the car. Meanwhile, in the background of the clip, she can be heard saying that she is done and does not care if she gets arrested or if she gets put on the news.
"Mjolo The Pandemic," @advobarryroux captioned the clip.
Locals had this to say:
"Wait, did she actually call eNCA... eNCA pho not even SABC news."
"I think this one need destroyers, enemy of a black child, enca mbamba."
"This is the most stupid thing to do, it's done by losers.... I have a long list of suiters, that if my bf flops, a replacement is easily found! No drama!"
"Call for short term relationships"
"Guys, please stop dating crazy women. Read the red flag signs before committing yourself."
In other Briefly.co.za news, another clip of a scorned blesser taking back what belongs to him has been shared online. In the clip that was shared by Facebook page Musa Mathebula, the man can be seen fighting to get the woman out of the car.
At one point, the man stands in front of the car as the woman tries to drive away. After he refuses to move, she finally budges and opens up the door to speak to the man, who then proceeds to pull her out of the car as a crowd that gathered around them cheers him on.
"I repeat, Mjollically Speaking, this week is flames. Another one from Mpumalanga. Tendani tinto eNaspoti naaa bagolo," Musa Mathebula captioned the clip that he shared on his Facebook page.
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