Thuggery, when robbers start stealing truck light when they reach a stop.
By NewsUpdateSA | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 2 views
Thuggery, when robbers have started stealing truck lights when they reach a stop.
The coronavirus pandemic still proceeds and the nation is under lockdown, and also the unemployment rate has increased to about 30% in South Africa which is worse than any African country. This makes it seem like we are not United and do not have solutions, also seems like it’s one man for himself and God for us all.
Due to all of this unemployed people are looking for valuable things to steal and sell, for example there was cell phone tower batteries stolen in Gauteng. Honestly, I am not surprised that these things happen. In due time the lockdown will probably increase and it’s regulations if it happens that the vaccine is not effective enough or people refuse to be vaccinated. This will lead to job retrenchment and those individuals will start stealing to survive.
Now truck lights are trending for thieves so truck drivers should keep an eye out when ever the take a stop.
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