- A video of street robbers attacking a single person while others were around has gone viral on social media
- The 23-second clip was shared on Twitter by Yusuf Abramjee, who revealed that the incident occurred in Hillbrow, Johannesburg
- The anti-crime activist's video was viewed over 22 500 times on the microblogging app as Saffas shared their concerns
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Anti-crime activist Yusuf Abramjee recently shared a video displaying a robbery in Hillbrow, Johannesburg. The 23-second clip shows a group of men targeting the corner of Twist and Pretoria Road.
At the beginning of the video, the group pounces on their target and proceed to push and shove him. The people around aren't willing to help and quickly move away while the scuffle continues.
The video was viewed over 22 500 times by concerned South Africans who shared their thoughts and opinions on the matter under Abramjee's post.
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Take a look at the video below:
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Read some of the comments below:
"Please increase police visibility and not only deploy police to voting stations."
"If I can be the president, my people will walk the street with money in their hands."
"Only Mashaba is interested in cleaning this mess."
@Nathi85658353 shared the following advice:
"It’s December people, let’s be careful."
"Crime is a new normal in SA."
"These can’t be human beings."
Lady wakes up to find her entire gate stolen, Mzansi in disbelief: "Next time, get a dog"
In more news about crime, Briefly News reported that Kgothatso woke up as normal on Tuesday, 23 November, but something seemed strange about her front yard. At 6:18am she realised that her whole front gate was gone - somebody had stolen it overnight.
She shared a snap on Twitter in total disbelief at the theft. Her walls were still up and the metal finishings above them as well as the parts that connected the gate to the wall were still where they should be.
Although a number of South African showed genuine concern in their responses, a large majority tried to make light of the situation by sharing jokes and memes.
Source: Briefly News