Individuals were enraged after they saw a security officer request this guy to take out what he had stolen.
Because he attends church, other shoppers assumed he was suspected of doing something he really do not do. Changes occurred when the security officer decided to take out the braaipack he had accused of stealing. Everyone was taken aback because they had been protecting "Mogolo" and had never suspected him of being a thief.
It is evident that the emblem he was donning had persuaded citizens that he'd never rob because he is a Church goer. But it turns out that they were mistaken, and "Mogolo" did evidently steal from the U-Save in Palmridge, Kahlehong.
Fortunately, the father was rescued because a kind gentleman had to beg the security officers to let him go and expect to be paid for the braaipack. But the man surprised everyone because they never expected him to steal anything because he is a "Mogolo." Surely, the man was trying to get something to eat when he was rescued by a kind soul.
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