The video footage shows an incident where a woman is being hijacked right by the entrance of her complex and the security guards at the premises were no help at all, they just watched as the suspect hijacked the poor woman and they did not help.
In fact the security guard ran away and members of the public on social media are under he impression that he is not going to be able to keep his job, because of crime many of these complexes in the Gauteng provinces have become very unsafe due to the fact that there are hijacking incidences that are happening and other criminal activities.
Were there are criminals who are invading people in their homes this has become a great concern specially due to the fact that the standard of living is very high in the Gauteng province and these complexes are relatively very expensive to reside in.
This is not even the first time we have seen incidences like this and there are also chances that the security guard won’t get fired due to the fact that he is also thinking out for his own health, and the fact that he does not get paid enough to risk his life for the residents of that complex and they are also not armed.
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