Bakkie cage: Driver reacts after social media outrage

CAPE TOWN – A photograph has emerged on social media of a man transporting a woman in a cage on the back of his bakkie in the Eastern Cape.

The driver of the vehicle has told Eyewitness News that the woman asked to be seated inside the cage.

He says he had just dropped off livestock at a farm when he was asked to give her a lift.

According to the man, the woman asked to sit in the cage on the back of his bakkie.

It's unclear why she wanted to do this.

The photograph has caused a stir on social media.

Eyewitness News is trying to make contact with the woman.

(Edited by Neo Koza)

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