Is indeed surprising to see our beautiful country turning into a banana republic. Recently a South African Police van was seen driven by a Pakistani. In the video a captured Pakistani man is seen jumping out of the van opening the front door then driving the car. Many are still wondering whether it was a stunt or what.
If anyone travels in other African countries or Europe. The law of those countries is so strict that no foreigner can do as he pleases especially if he was captured. It seems now that foreigners are living the way they want in South Africa.
Here are comments from Tiki tok
@786bilo:guys is my friends car just like friendly I made this video bcz we stay same house don't think negative plzz
@mohammedescobar:I would arrest you myself and the cop who is allowing you to do this kak
@m0tswak0:Well done, they were praising them when they were burning taxis😂😂😂. manje it hurts when they do whatever they want in a foreign country 😂.
Indeed its not good for a police man to allow such a stunt on some one supposed to go to jail.
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