- A South African man recently headed online to share screenshots of a woman who took snaps of a cop who fell asleep at her house
- According to the post, the cop and a few others were meant to be taking statements after the woman and her staff were held up by thugs
- South Africans have expressed their disappointment in the cop in the comment section of the post
A young South African man recently headed online to basically expose a cop who was literally sleeping on the job. In a post that was originally made by a woman called Barbara Brown and reshared by a man with the Twitter handle @dollar_mashesha, it shared how the sleepy cop was one of the officers sent over to take statements after she and her staff were held up by armed thugs.
"Today myself and my staff were held up at gun point on my property. Thankfully all alive to tell the tale. The photos below are of a warrant officer who slept for 2 hours in my house while a constable took our statements," wrote Barbara.
Many South Africans were left feeling very deflated after seeing the post and shared their disappointment in the comment section. Read a few of their comments below:
"People justifying someone sleeping on duty. No wonder there’s so much incompetency. Just think that this could be the reason why most of the time they don’t even respond because they are having a nap. Hai suka man!"
"I'm going through the responses and I'm shocked at how many people are actually defending this yet we come here every day and complain about the incompetence of the government but we defend this nonsense. The bar is low in this country"
In other Briefly.co.za news, a video has surfaced on Twitter of a white man, named Barend, being violently assaulted in a police station by a group of men while police officers allegedly stood by and did nothing.
One of the men allegedly attacking the man is Mathlatsi Maroga, the owner of a private security company, who took offence when the victim allegedly called him a baboon. The video was taken on Sunday inside a police station in Mpumalanga.
Police spokesperson Brigadier Leonard Hlathi has said an investigation has been launched and district commissioner of Ehlanzeni, Major-General Dianah Mashele has assembled a team.
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