There is currently a video that is being shared on social media site Twitter showing a couple of South African Police Services (SAPS) officers allegedly assaulting an unarmed white man, It is reported that the incident happened in Fish Hoek Cape Town over the weekend, and as your can imagine, the video of the alleged assaut by the SAPS officers has caused a big stir amongst South Africans on Twitter.
A lot of people on Twitter have responded in different ways after seeing this video, and a lot of people responded by expressing their outrage as they believe that the SAPS officers abused their power by allegedly assaulting the unarmed white man, while other people are happy about the actions of the SAPS officers, as they believe that the SAPS officers were provoked by the white man, just look at how some people responded on Twitter after seeing the video..
"No this must reach Ramaphosa n Cele today and action must be taken"
"Policemen just doing their job, just what we need as a country to drop this high crime rate 🤔"
"Good they are instilling discipline, whites are thinking are superior, shaya phoyisa shaya"
Sources References | https://twitter.com/IanCameron23/status/1559040793259610112?t=xGGJIJCz7jiHraP684wnPw&s=19 |
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