Woman Confronts E-hailing Driver Who Used to Be a Teacher That Slept With His Students

Woman Confronts E-hailing Driver Who Used to Be a Teacher That Slept With His Students

  • A South African woman on TikTok went viral after confronting her e-hailing driver, who used to be a teacher
  • The unidentified driver admitted he used to sleep with students and was forced to resign.
  • The woman argued that his misconduct warranted arrest, sparking mixed reactions online

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A South African woman on TikTok went viral after confronting her e-hailing driver about his past inappropriate behaviour with students
A woman argued with her e-hailing driver about his inappropriate behaviour with students when he was a teacher. Image: @lethabolamoloto
Source: TikTok

A Mzansi woman went viral on TikTok after sharing a video showing how she put her e-hailing driver in his place.

Woman criticises driver's inappropriate behaviour

A video by @lethabolamoloto shows her sitting in the back of her ride as she speaks to her driver, who had opened up to her about how he used to sleep with his students and was forced to resign from a school he taught at.

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In the clip, an infuriated @lethabolamoloto is seen and heard telling the driver how his behaviour was inappropriate, as it was wrong for him to see his female students as potential girlfriends.

@lethabolamoloto further reiterated that he should have been arrested over and above his resignation.

Mzansi responds to woman's bold move

The video sparked various views and comments from netizens. While some praised her bravery, many were surprised by how bold and fearless @lethabolamoloto was while talking to the former teacher-turned-driver.

Many commented on how she put her life in danger by arguing with an e-hailing driver who could have retaliated badly.

Anonymous commented:

"Bazok bulala (They are going to kill you)."

Lindo asked:

"Manje amaphoyisa suwabizile yin⁉️ (Did you call the police?)."

Andile commented:

"Isibindi eninaso ngiyas’cabanga mase niphuzile (The guts you guys have, I wonder what its like when you've been drinking)."

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Love replied:

“'You should have been arrested', and then sirens casually start ringing in the background ."

@miss.keabetswe commented:

"Guys for your safety, the Uber driver is always right."

✨S I P H E S I H L E ✨ replied:

"Ngiyaqala ukubona umuntu ongasabi ibolt ngiyakvuma yezwa (I've never seen a person who didn't fear Bolt like you. I must give it to you)."

livhu reacted:


Lizzy asked:

"Manje awsabi ukufa my dhiye? (Are you not scared of death dear?)."

Women call man out for allegedly trying to cover up cheating

In another story, Briefly News reported that a man claimed that he used women's body mist with his cologne.

However, the ladies of Mzansi called BS on it and claimed it was just a way to cover up for his cheating.

Twitter user @YoliPeba shared a post by a man showing off the body mist he uses with his cologne. Sis called the man out, rallying her fellow fierce females to support her.

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Nothando Mthembu (Senior editor) Nothando Mthembu is a senior multimedia journalist and editor. Nothando has over 5 years of work experience and has served several media houses including Caxton Local Newspapers. She has experience writing on human interest, environment, crime and social issues for community newspapers. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree and an Honours Degree in Media Studies from the University of KwaZulu-Natal, obtained in 2016 and 2017. Nothando has also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. Email: nothando.mthembu@briefly.co.za

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