Over the course of the end of the week a valiant taxi driver who was passing the Wilge Plaza in Villiers on the N3 roadway was dreaded for his life when police officers guided a weapon at him and requested him toward step out the vehicle.
The taxi driver paid the cost expense and not long after saw the police vehicle drive towards him. It's indistinct why they were halted as the officers didn't look through the taxi.
The driver had archived the entire circumstance utilizing his PDA. The other police authorities went to apologize to the driver and the travelers just before they continued with their excursion.
The language in the video is spoken in isiZulu. The bold driver in the long run moved out his taxi despite everything had the video pointed towards the officers.
Make sure to constantly stay cautious and cautious as there are cases, other than road accidents, that might actually endanger people groups lives.
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Source : https://www.ecr.co.za/east-coast-breakfast-darren-maule/watch-taxi-driver-fearful-after-cop-pulls-out-an-ak-47/
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