- Another harrowing clip shared online shows how a woman single-handedly destroys what appears to be her lover's car
- In the clip, the woman uses her hands to tear off the car's bumper while a man just watches her nearby
- Locals found the video quite troubling and were soon in the comment section sharing their thoughts
Heartbreak can really drive some people into doing the craziest most irrational things but even that is no excuse for questionable behaviour. A young woman can be accused of behaving questionably after she was seen breaking what appears to be her boyfriend's car.
In the clip that was shared by @Advobarryroux, the woman uses only her hands to rip off the car's entire bumper while a man who man have speculated is her boyfriend, watches her from a close distance.
"Mjolo," @advobarryroux captioned the clip.
Mzansi was not impressed, to say the least. Many of them criticised the fact that women tend to get away with such heinous acts. Others, however, cracked jokes as usual. Read a few of their interesting comments below:
"He's dating a panel beater"
"Clearly, this relationship was about the car. If it was about feelings it wouldn't be on the car. She clearly doesn't care about hurting the guy but the car she believes he will use to get another girl."
"Ripping it like cardboard moto ini le"
"Would this have been as funny if a guy was doing it. Angilwi ! Would y’all be commenting this way."
In similar Briefly News it's been said before and it will be said again - relationships are not meant for the weak at heart. In a post shared online, a woman apparently destroyed most of her boyfriend's groceries and some of his clothing.
The snaps that were shared by @cruel_im_ii show that the woman had poured all his milk out into a bucket of shoes with some cornflakes. She also added dishwashing liquid to his margarine and peanut butter. Different food products were strewn on his bed and mixed up with some of his clothes.
"Let's leave mjolo alone, please!" the uploader captioned the post.
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