[WATCH] 'Hugo, bel die polisie!' goes viral
A video showing a group of people in a vitriolic spat has had Twitter amazed and amused.
The video begins with two groups of people arguing outside a house with some trying to get away in a car.
A woman screams, "Hugo, bel die polisie."
One person is hitting others with a stick.
As some drive off, a woman shouts in Afrikaans that they will be evicted on Monday.
And as the car drives away, one of the remaining men hops into view revealing he has one prosthetic leg.
Abelungu are really busy lately 🤭🤭 pic.twitter.com/pzV1VHPxh9— Siya (@MrSkota) September 18, 2019
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