ZIMBABWEAN Got STUCK While Trying Rob SPAR In MZANSI - JUST Look Here
South Africa, Gauteng - Well it seems foreigners are not having good luck in South Africa when it comes to crime. This comes after a Zimbabwean bugler got stuck between the burglar bars on a window of a Shop while attempting to rob the place. It is alleged that the Zimbabwean national got stuck while trying to tresspass into SPAR supermarket in Bertrams near Elispark, Johannesburg, to conduct criminal activities. It is alleged that Metro police had to free him, from the burglar bars that were holding him in order to take him into custody. He was placed under arrest shortly afterwards. These are the types of hard workers that Zimbabweans are saying are in South Africa. The type of hard workers that even climb through burglar bars to get to work. South Africa must just accept that Mzansi is now Zimbabwe because there is no border left, and the ANC does not care about the people.
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