- A video of a woman acting in a provocative manner towards a petrol attendant has been circulating online
- The clip shared on Twitter by @MDNnewss shows the woman attempt to kiss and openly harass the uncomfortable employee
- The post has since sparked many reactions and comments from unsettled South African social media users
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Mzansi netizens were left stunned and with many comments after a video of a woman attempting to kiss a petrol attendant went viral on the social media streets.
The clip shows the woman speaking to the visibly uncomfortable attendant while holding her bank card. She gets closer to him and tries to kiss him to which he ducks his head away to evade her.
The woman proceeds to get even closer to him and hold him from the back as she demonstrates a sexual act. The man recording the video from the nearby car can be heard laughing off the entire incident.
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The video, shared on Twitter by @MDNnewss has since sparked a heated debate online with many Saffas sharing how they found the entire act inappropriate. Many also came to the male attendant’s defence and claimed he was sexually harassed by the provocative lady.
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Check out the video and some of the comments below:
“This is so sick .”
“The broer is harrassed and this woman is not discouraged instead the cameraman laughs smh!”
“This is purely sexual harassment.”
“Women get away with a lot.”
“Can't help but wonder what would've happened if it was the other way round .”
“How much trouble will this petrol attendant be if roles were reversed? Let's respect each other's boundaries.”
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Woman skips out on R733 petrol bill, amount to be deducted from attendant’s salary
In another story, Briefly News reported that South African online users were appalled to learn about a woman who skipped out on paying her petrol bill after a recent visit to the petrol filling station.
Her dishonesty has not only disappointed many but has also cost the petrol attendant who assisted her a large chunk of his next salary.
Online user @nomashishini shared details of the incident on a Twitter post, revealing that the woman in question had said she forgot her wallet home when it was time to pay the R733,10 bill.
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Source: Briefly News