Click on the link below for a video of a criminal activity that left many users with a lot to say. Its about a man grabbing a cell phone from a female passenger who was in a taxi:
The popular news journalist used his Twitter platform to share one of the unfortunate incidences in which a woman who was using her cell phone in the taxi had the phone snatched away.
Yusuf did not state when the incident happened, but he did confirm that it was in one of the streets in Hillbrow.In the video, a man walked to a taxi that was on its way somewhere. As the taxi stopped for some reasons, the man walked to the window, opened the window and snatched a phone from a certain lady.The victim was left shocked and had her bag fallen out of the window as well.
The video was an elaboration of how the streets of Johannesburg are unsafe .People on Twitter had a lot to say regarding the issue.It is now a security measure to avoid using a cellphone while inside a commuter taxi in order to avoid such incidences from taking place.
Here is a look at what other users had to say on Twitter :
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