It is set to end in tears for a Zimbabwean woman who is on the run from law enforcement agencies.
It is alleged that the woman worked as a helper but she was caught on camera abusing her employers young child.
The video of the incident has since gone viral. Disturbing footage from the video sees the baby crying while the helper is on the phone.
She then puts her foot on the baby's face before poking her toes inside the baby's mouth to silence her.
The baby girl’s father said they were shocked when they saw the video that was shared on social media and immediately opened a case of assault and abuse.
The incident was also confirmed by South African police spokesperson Sergeant Omphile Masegela.
Sergeant Masegela said a massive manhunt has since been launched to apprehend the Zimbabwean woman and had appealed to members of the public to help arrest her.
Any person with information can contact the investigating officer on this case, Sergeant Lebogang Mokwene on 081 018 7754 or 082 302 0442
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