[LISTEN] Naked man on M1 near Houghton

Security company owner Yasin says they have received repeated calls about a man running naked on the M1 highway in Houghton, Johannesburg.

He says police tried to assist the man who appears to be mentally ill but he has refused any help.

He has been running around in the Houghton area since this morning, he seems to be a mentally disturbed fellow.

Yasin, 702 caller

He has been running since this morning, we stopped him earlier with the police, gave him some clothes and a blanket. He refuses to say where he lives.

Yasin, 702 caller

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