Each and everyday, we learn about people who got robbed their belongings and also hijacking.
Across South Africa, more especially in Gauteng Johannesburg and Pretoria, car hijackings are on the rise, as criminals seems making up for lost time and are taking advantage of easing lockdown restrictions.
And for those in the cross-hairs or master mind of the hijackers, their best defence is to drive with unbuckled seatbelts, don’t wear a mask and leave windows wound down.
It has been reported that there was delivery hijacking in Gauteng Province with intentions that hijackers will get some valuable things and make money with.
Unfortunately many were left shocked and laughing when they saw what was delivery truck loading.
Apparently truck was delivering plastic manhood which is normally a female product which they use in the upset of husband/ Male to keep on getting the satisfaction.
Fortunate enough is that, there was nothing stolen from the truck.
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