A distraught man took to Facebook to share a photo showing the state of his bathroom, as he claimed that his bathtub was stolen in a burgling attack.
Though some of his Facebook friends don’t believe the story, however Sibusiso Makamole, a South African who lives at Strydom Park wrote;
So we got home last night and found that our bathtub had been stolen, a [email protected] bathtub???
If you see anyone selling a second hand bathtub please let me know.
Few days ago it was also reported that.3 people were arrested, after they allegedly stole batteries from cellphone towers belonging to service providers MTN and Vodacom. Gauteng MEC for Community Safety Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane said the three men were arrested in Garsfontein, Pretoria east on Thursday morning.
Nkosi-Malobane said approximately 16 Vodacom batteries and 24 MTN batteries were stolen from Carletonville, west of Gauteng. She said the arrest comes after a joint operation by the Gauteng Organised Crime private securities and South African Police Service (SAPS) K9 Unit and flying squad received a tip-off regarding the syndicate that was stealing batteries from cellphone towers and selling it to neighbouring countries.
During the operation, members of Vodacom and MTN positively identified the batteries at the house in Garsfontein. The batteries were valued at an estimated R240 000.
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