Robbers are something that occurs very often in South Africa, and usually they are violent crimes where the victims are injured and have there possessions taken away. However this robbery went a little differently. In a new video released we see what may be some of the most unskilled robbers that ever existed and how they made a huge blunder. Below is everything you need to know about the situation, the video and what the implications of this is.
The funny video :
The video, which you can watch by clicking on the link below, shows us a robber that occurs at an intersection. Two robbers storm a RAM courier vehicle and chase the driver away. Now that they are successfully alone with it they proceed to try and Rob it. However they do not know what they are doing and hilariously fail at opening the back of the van. First they try to use there hands, however they fail so they than find a spade and try to use it to pry the door open. Unfortunately all there effort is in vain as nothing works and they are left with nothing to show for their hilarious crime. To watch the video, click on the link below.
What are the implications of this :
This is one of the funnier crimes to occur in South Africa, while everyday violent robbers and hijackings occur, it's a nice change of pace to see something like this. However for everyone travelling on the road please keep cautious, always have your windows and doors securely closed and try not to travel through or stop in isolated areas. Your safety lies in your own hands. Tell me what you think of these observations in the comments section, and follow for more news as it happens.
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