Allegations of resident pepper spraying City water workers fixing burst main

A facebook post describes how a City of Cape Town crew attending late at night to a burst water main in Green Point was verbally abused by a resident, who then pepper-sprays them.

Dave Bryant says he will do what he can to track this man down and get a charge of assault laid against him.

Listen to details of the incident below:

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