As it is often said, "everyday for the thief, one day for the owner of the house". This is the exact situation with a criminal who ran out of luck on Wednesday in Germiston community.
In a video that is trending on different social media platforms, a yet to be identified man was given a serious beaten of his life after he snatched a phone from the owner who happens to be lady.
He ran off with the phone and eventually bumped into group of taxi drivers who were conducting a brief meeting within the area and he was terribly beaten and the phone returned to the owner.
This should serve as a deterrent to individuals with criminal intent aimed at dispossessing people off their hard earned valuables.
According to a report issued by Black on Twitter:
"Guy snatched lady's phone but ran wrong direction towards taxi drivers. the germiston community did some beating on him"
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