- A harrowing clip shared online shows how a group of thugs is engaged in a shootout in broad daylight
- Shortly into the hair-raising clip, a young woman can be seen entering the eye of the camera and casually watching the danger unfold
- Locals were shook by her level of bravery and were quick to start making jokes in the comment section
Seemingly here in Mzansi, shootouts have become such a regular occurrence that a young woman showed no signs of being scared when armed men started shooting at each other in broad daylight.
In a clip shared by @SA_crime, the thugs can be seen standing in a shopping centre when they suddenly draw their guns and start shooting. Not long into the short video, a young woman stands very close to where the action is at and starts watching, as opposed to scurrying like everyone else.
"#Shooting. A normal day in Cape Town South Africa, no need to run/hide or take cover," the clip was captioned.
Judging by many people's reactions, they would definitely not be as brave as the woman in the clip as they quickly questioned how she was able to stand there so calmly as though watching something entertaining or fun.
Read a few of their hilarious comments below:
"What level of bravery is this?"
"This one will even act when telling the story."
"Talking about minding your own business, they are used to street violence these ones."
"People are just so chilled like it's normal. Yi filim."
In other Briefly News, only in South Africa do thieves get robbed by even more brazen robbers. A clip shared online proves this to be the country's sad reality after a man can be seen walking up to a taxi window and snatching a passenger's cellphone.
After only a few minutes and a short walk down the busy road, two men approach the robber and then demand he give them all his belongings, which he quickly does, obviously very fearful for his life.
"HILLBROW CELLPHONE SNATCHING FROM TAXIS ON THE INCREASE! BE WARNED!!! 3/4," the clip was captioned.
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