A man who goes by the name Khuli Londi on Facebook has sent a warning message to all South African motorists to never stop on the road between Brits and Letlhabile, he also shared a horrific incident he experienced where he was robbed by men who came from the bushes.
The man wrote on Facebook, "the road Between Brits and Letlhabile is a no stop area. on the 24th I stopped here just 2km from here and six Men appeared out of nowhere and I was robbed tied in the bushes from 13:45 to 17:50, my Money was withdrawn and some of the things I had where taken but with grace I was not hurt" he wrote.
He shared that he informed the police about the incident but they did not offer him any assistance instead they told him to never stop in that area.
(Area where incident occurred)
"The sad part is the police are not interested in my case because they Never visited the scene of crime, they never checked on cameras where my money was withdrawn, and the only thing they did is to tell me not to stop in that area and that those guys sit there all day waiting for cars to stop" he wrote.
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