Peeps Share Hilarious Reactions to Robber Who Waved After Being Caught Attempting to Break Into House
- A video of a home invader caught red-handed has been doing the rounds on the social media streets
- In the clip, the man is seen climbing up the wall and jumping into the yard before he realises he’s being recorded by an occupant
- The thug waves hello before hurriedly evading the premises and Saffas could not help but laugh in amusement
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A criminal who attempted to break into a house in broad daylight, was not as slick and stealth as he thought.
A video taken by an occupant from inside the house, shows the man climbing over the boundary wall. He eventually climbs to the top and jumps into the yard.
As he regains his balance and stands up he lifts his head and spots the occupant from the window. He plays it cool by waving hello and quickly rushes out the way he came in as the house alarm goes off.
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South African social media users responded with banter as well as concern about the incident, with a selected few saying the person recording the video should have done more to deal with the invader.
“Why are you so easy on him? He's going to come back ey.”
“So no one is gonna talk about the drop and monkey movements he made.”
“What is that wave for?”
“This is funny.”
“This is why white people have Pitbulls and Boerbulls.”
Thief allegedly caught stealing given malt and forced to dance by Ghanaian residents
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a young man has been compelled to display his dance prowess after he was allegedly caught stealing by residents in a Ghanaian community.
In a video widely circulating on social media, the young man, whose name is unknown, could be seen dancing as the faceless residents provided him with a beat to display.
According to reports, the alleged thief was offered malt by the residents before compelling him to dance.
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