Tuesday, March 6, 2012

How to Stop a Road Rage Incident – (Video)

This is a recent video of a typical road rage scene in South Africa, where taxis are often used as murder weapons.


The following video shows how the Russians deal with this annoyance:


Pensioner . said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

It looks typically South African, but I have never seen Brent Oil advertised anywhere here! Are you sure this is in fact local?

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog


The incident apparently took place in Bloemfontein… see short Afrikaans report here in “Die Burger”.

There are several Brent Oil filling stations in SA. Check out their website here.

Jamboth said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Correction TIA, The one who kicked him in the head, was the driver, not another pedestrian.

Pensioner . said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

My Apologies TIA, we don't have these filling stations here in Cape Town!

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog


Thanks for pointing this out… When I first viewed the video I didn’t notice that it was the driver.

Correction has been made to the posting.

Macaw said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

The sad thing here is that I am supposed to feel shock, but I feel absolutely nothing!!!

That is the sad part.

WRT the Russian Video - Brilliant.

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog


I share your sentiments... I too feel absolutely nothing, as these are typical scenes we see almost on a daily basis in SA. We’re immune to this kind of violence.

Incidentally, I’ve noticed the incident has made headlines in several newspapers. The Star has it on their front page. The driver was apparently arrested on Saturday and appeared in the Bloemfontein Magistrate’s Court on Monday for assault – but he is on the streets again, scot free... due to a lack of evidence, can you believe it!?!

Real live episodes like these are seldom caught on camera, but when they do it should be utilized to the max to show the entire world what savages these people are. The pedestrian was, in all probability, from another African tribe, or maybe an illegal immigrant. It’s common knowledge that South African blacks have a xenophobic attitude towards people of other races and tribes, yet the liberal mind firmly believes that we can all live together in perfect harmony... What utter bullocks!!!

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Not enough evidence? My eye!! Blind Freddy could have seen what happened there.

The fact that he got off scot-free doesn't surprise me one iota though. That is so typical of the useless judiciary over there.

Ask yourselves however, what would have happened to the driver had he been White. Totally different story, I can assure you.

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Here’s the latest news on this issue, as reported by news24.com.

Taxi road rage video a YouTube hit
2012-03-08 10:02

Jana van der Merwe and Estée de Villiers, Volksblad

Bloemfontein - CCTV footage of a Bloemfontein minibus taxi driver driving into and then cruelly assaulting a pedestrian in a road rage incident in Andries Pretorius Street has attracted international attention after going viral on the internet.

Minibus taxi driver Aggrey Mojanaga, 43, appeared in the Bloemfontein Magistrate’s Court on a charge of assault on Monday, but the charge was provisionally withdrawn by the Free State director of public prosecutions due to a lack of evidence. The case may be reopened.

Volksblad has meanwhile removed the footage from YouTube at the request of Stanley Reizis, owner of the Brent Oil fuel station whose security cameras recorded the incident last week.

Reizis, a well-known businessman and developer, received calls from as far as Greece about the incident, and insists that the road rage attack had nothing to do with his fuel station. It took place in the road in which his business is situated, and the name of his business can be seen in the video.

Widely discussed

A Canadian, however, made a copy of the original video uploaded by Volksblad and posted it under the title "Brutal Road Rage Caught on CCTV in South Africa" on the video sharing site.

By Thursday morning, nearly 90 000 people had already viewed the video on YouTube.

The video has been posted on several national and international websites and has been discussed widely on radio stations, television and social media sites such as Twitter.

The American website Guyism also put the video in their humour section, saying that hopefully South Africa has anger management classes. Even Japanese and Dutch sites spread the video footage.

There has also been widespread outrage at the witnesses, who stood watching and failed to intervene in the incident. The victim was reportedly hospitalised, but has been discharged.

Police said the investigation into the driver of the taxi with the registration number DHK506FS would continue.

Sourced from: news24.com.

APLAPoqo said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

The first video from Bloemfontein shows at least 4 witnesses from what I see. What I do not see is any of them intervening, nor do I see anyone reaching for a cell-phone to call police.

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

I live and work in Auckland, to where I fled a few years ago from the rainbow nation. When showing my Sri Lankan colleague the video, he remarked that, despite his own country having being involved in a protracted civil war, he has never witnessed such inhumanity. His enlightened view of South Africa (I have shown him Louis Theroux's docco on Hillbrow and Diepsloot)is heartening, as reality is now shaping his view of mandela and his marxist chums. Sadly, demented chickens and yapping daschhunds will keep on with the "we are all equal" mantra....


APLAPoqo said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

What documentary on Hillbrow and Diepsloot anon? Is it available on YouTube?

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog


The documentary can be viewed here.

Previews are also available on YouTube, if you search for them.

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