Joburg hijacking caught on video

South Africa
November 17 - A hijacking in Johannesburg CBD on Saturday was caught on video. A group of men in three different cars surrounded the white SUV and forced the driver and passengers to disembark in Jeppestown, bordering the city centre. YouTube

JOHANNESBURG – A hijacking in Johannesburg CBD on Saturday was caught on video.

A group of men in two cars surrounded the white SUV and forced the driver and passengers to disembark.

One of the men held an AK-47 rifle while cars drove past at an intersection of Commissioner and Crown Streets in Jeppestown, bordering the city center.

The incident took place around 16:30 in the afternoon.

The video has had over 15,000 views on the video sharing site at the time of publishing.

South African Police Services said they were alerted to the crime through media reports but a case had not been opened yet.

Meanwhile, Twitter users have expressed their outrage at the incident, while some have shared their thoughts and other similair incidents.

Video was uploaded to YouTube by Laudium100.

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