- Several thugs were caught on CCTV cameras robbing a store recently
- However, one of the robbers made the mistake of hitting a woman and the guy she was with decided to act
- The young man gave the thug a proper beating before his armed accomplice stepped in
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Another armed robbery was caught on video and one young man did his best to try and stop it. Yusuf Abramjee shared the video on his Twitter page. He did not reveal where or when the video was filmed.
In the clip, thugs came into a store with the intent to rob it. While some people laid down on the ground, one young man and a woman were standing at the till.
One of the thugs approached them before slapping the woman against the head. The thug's actions angered the young man who decided to give him a taste of his own medicine.
The unidentified man was beating the robber when his armed buddy showed up. Making the smart decision to not take on an armed man, the young guy decided to stand back.
The beaten thug then decided to get his revenge on the young man and demanded that he hand over his phone.
Take a look at the video below:
In just a couple of hours, the video gathered over 24 000 views and South Africans hailed the young man a hero for trying to stop the criminals.
Twitter user, @sigasizeone, commented:
"If it wasn't for the dude with the gun things would have ended very badly for the robber."
Another tweep, @FunieVee, wrote:
"Big up to that guy... He tried."
Social media user, @AtekaStrong, said:
"At least he's gentlemen enough to defend a woman, mara this has to stop."
In other news, YEN.com.gh reported that age, they say is just a number, and Elizabeth-Irene Baitie, a Ghanaian woman who just turned 50 years old has just affirmed the truism in this narrative.
Without stereotyping women or persons who look older than their age, Baitie has been hailed as a quintessential example of a person who has defied time to maintain her youthful hue.
Elizabeth-Irene Baitie just marked her 50th birthday in August 2020 and she has taken to social media to celebrate her new age with lovely snaps of herself.
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