"Our luck finally ran out": Woman loses car after multiple failed hijackings

"Our luck finally ran out": Woman loses car after multiple failed hijackings

- A Twitter user has sadly revealed that she has lost her car after numerous failed hijacking attempts

- She shared in her post that the tracking company were unable to recover her car but she was insured

- Social media users reacted to her post which soon gained a lot of attention

Nondumiso mamVelous, @charmaineDsmurf, took to Twitter to share some sad news about her resilient car, which she affectionately called Jon Snow.

She revealed that she finally lost her car after multiple failed hijacking attempts. The car was stolen, the details are not clear, but what we do know is that the tracker company could not recover the car.

On a positive note, she had insurance but she is still upset at the loss.

"Our luck finally ran out", woman loses car after multiple failed hijackings
Nondumiso mamVelous, @charmaineDsmurf, had to say goodbye to her car, 'Jon Snow', after numerous failed hijacking attempts. Photo credit: @charmaineDsmurf
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"After multiple failed hijackings, our luck finally ran out. I’m going to miss you Jon Snow, what feels like a bad dream that just won’t end is a reality! I hope they crash you and burn.

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"The tracker company couldn’t recover the vehicle, insurance will take care of the rest. It’s still a hard loss but ke we move!"

Her post soon gained a lot of attention online and she reacted to all the comments that tweeps were making.


"When I put up this tweet in the morning I had a heavy heart, thank you to those with words of comfort they have found a warm place in my heart. Some replies are so funny they have lifted my spirits, my partner and I are reading and laughing through some of your tweets."

Here are some of those tweets that people have left in reaction to her post:


"The worse part about losing a car is that even if you have insurance and a tracker. If it can't be recovered, insurance will settle your debt but you'll have to start from scratch. This is so painful."

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"I have had my Golf 7 for 4 years now. Not even one attempt because imoto iyaqiniswa and iyabikwa.I go all places without fear or favour."


"Sorry for your loss. Anti-Jack, two trackers and some Gogo's magic on your next baby."

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Mxolisi Macuphu, a centre-forward in Bidvest Wits football club, plays in the South African Premier League (ABSA). He is famously known for playing for Golden Arrows soccer team even though he has played for several local teams. The shocking Mxolisi Macuphu hijack case left Mzansi in shock. The player had to take a break from playing because of the trauma he experienced.

What happened to Mxolisi Macuphu? He missed a match in August 2020 because he was hijacked. Mxolisi Macuphu car was stolen. Bidvest Wits coach, Gavin Hunt, was the bearer of the sad news as he explained why two more prominent players were going to miss the Nedbank Cup semi-final match against Mamelodi Sundowns in Orlando Stadium. The cops recovered the player’s vehicle.

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In other news, taxi drivers and operators who were protesting in Pretoria this morning allegedly hijacked a bus driven by a female driver. According to reports, both the driver and the bus have since been located. Thankfully the bus driver was unharmed.

City of Tshwane spokesperson Selby Bokaba said earlier that the bus could not be located and the bus driver was not answering her cellphone. Up until 7am this morning, the location of both the bus and the driver had been unknown.

@Tshwanebus2 (Tshwane Bus Service) posted a passenger notice on their official Twitter account early this morning. They informed peeps that the bus had been hijacked by taxi drivers and that passengers had been kicked around and forced out of other buses.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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