"This Is Nonsense": Locals React to Man Caught With Stolen Grave Signs

"This Is Nonsense": Locals React to Man Caught With Stolen Grave Signs

- A snap of a man carrying a big number of grave signs has been shared on Twitter by a local Twitter user

- In the snap, the thief sits beside the bag full of grave signs that he used to carry them in before he got caught

- South Africans have shared various reactions to the snap, many of them expressing concern about the crime rate in the country

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A snap of a man who was caught with a large number of stolen grave signs has been shared on Twitter by @advobarryroux. In the snap, the man who was seemingly captured by community members can be seen sitting around the grave signs which he had placed in a big bag.

"This Is Nonsense": Locals React to Man Caught With Stolen Grave Signs
This young man was caught with grave signs. Image: @advobarryroux
Source: Twitter
"The mess this boy created no man can correct it,"advobarryroux captioned the snap.

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While many South Africans were left dismayed by the man's selfish actions, others tried to find solutions for how the numerous gravesites can be identified. Many of them also condemned the government for the unemployment rate in the country.

Read a few of their comments below:

@ASHMATEO_31 said:

"It can actually be rectified. Coz cemeteries keep records for grave numbers and whoever is buried there. So it's just a matter of searching for a particular grave number and returning the name there. Easy. U just need to think outside the box."

@Nkapo2 said:

"The purpose is to sell the steel and buy Nyaope, the country is losing war against the biggest pandemic Nyaope."

@Vuyos17 said:

"The energy he spent doing all that simply means he has the energy to work. If we are to point fingers, we should direct them at our parliamentarians who receives huge monthly salaries at the expense of the poor for promising them employment and economic freedom."

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In other Briefly News, sometimes the saying that crime doesn’t pay is usually taken for granted by those who are always looking to prey on unsuspecting people. However, it became reality in a video clip that is circulating on social media when a brave man managed to deal with the thugs accordingly.

A video posted by @RSA_Trucker on Twitter gives a free lesson on how to deal with robbers who always think they will get their way into someone’s belongings.

Although it's not clear where the video was shot, two criminals appear to be looking to prey on a man who just parked his car and they are seemingly demanding the keys or his valuables, but the man teaches one of the thugs a lesson.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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