Sjambok Sings After Thief Gets Caught Stealing Cellphone In Hillbrow
Well we are starting 2021, with a bang, I love it when people work together against crime, but Criminals beating criminals? The irony is tremendous. This comes after a cellphone thief was caught in Hillbrow an inner city residential neighborhood of Johannesburg, Gauteng Province, South Africa. Where high levels of population density, unemployment, poverty, prostitution and crime, is rife. The man was seen getting chased and beaten, with a Sjambok in a viral video. This is of course the only, justice that Africa understands. And this is exactly how criminals need to be dealt with, not sit in jail and enjoy free food and entertainment, from tax paying citizens. This was probably done by one of the thieves that owns the territory, maybe the guy stole in someone else's neighborhood, in Hillbrow because this is a very rare occasions. Normally crime is too rife in Hillbrow for anyone to worry about a stolen cellphone. However im happy with this, I think this will put end to the sh*t in Johannesburg, because normally thieves, will be taking your belongings and people will be watching without assistance.
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