- A video of a fight at Rocco Mamas in Sandton has raised concerns and funny responses from peeps across Mzansi
- It is unclear what started the brawl but many locals have speculated that it could have stemmed from the fact that a guy was vaping in the restaurant
- The two-minute long clip was shared on social media by anti-crime activist Yusuf Abramjee, who revealed that the incident occurred about three weeks ago
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A fight at a Rocco Mamas restaurant in Nelson Mandela Square, Johannesburg has gone viral on social media. South African journalist and anti-crime activist Yusuf Abramjee shared a clip of the altercation on Twitter.
In the CCTV footage, patrons can be seen seated in the restaurant enjoying their meals. A man starts to vape and blows smoke towards another table. The people at that table appear to confront the man, but it's not clear if it was due to the vaping.
About 39 seconds into the video, fingers are being pointed and eventually, a man from the table with the vaper stands up and jumps over the booths. The rest of his crew follows and a fight ensues.
Take a look at the video, which was viewed over 50 000 times, below:
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Read some of the responses it received:
"Those dry burger patties from Rocco Mamas made them go bananas."
"Side effects of the vaccine."
"What a waste of information if it's three weeks ago... Those guys are busy drinking somewhere by now."
@Gcina_Gumede responded with:
"A good way to dodge paying the bill."
"Serving combos that aren't on the menu."
"Hayi mina I don't understand the point in posting this video. Fights happen everyday mos. We don't even have the full context."
"Haibo, Mzansi": Video of a grown man getting kidnapped in Benoni has SA spooked
In other caught-on-camera news, Briefly News reported that a video showing a brazen kidnapping in the middle of Benoni has South African's feeling super shocked. Heading to his Twitter account, popular social justice advocate @Abramjee shared the startling clip.
According to his reports, the victim has been identified as Moulana Tahseen (28), the son of a well-known hardware store owner in the area. Social media users were certainly startled. Many were traumatised by what they feel is an increase in kidnappings in SA.
Check out some of the comments below:
"The government has to do something quick, we now have a group of kidnappers who only target Muslim businesspeople, why? State security, Bheki Cele where are you?"
"This is actually scary, I was thinking of buying a BMW then I thought, no I'd rather look poor."
Source: Briefly News