The suspect came to the garage and the petrol attendant asked how much you have to pay and then he told him that he wanted tendon petrol with price very peculiar, and the petrol attendant has never come across such a request to extend that he stop himself from laughing in the guy's face.
Because the whole thing was very hilarious last time we saw such a thing, was when the driver of a VW Polo poured R6 petroleum with no shame.
The incident has caused a stir on social media with many people laughing about the whole incident especially since the suspect is running away from paying petrol that cost very little money, it is clear that the suspect is thinking that since it doesn't cost a lot of money he won't get chased down the road and the police probably won't want to arrest him.
Because of how little the money is we normally see people who run away with petrol full tank, but the suspect has started a new watch and which is considered very funny.
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