[WATCH] Man scolds Dunoon protesters who pelted his car while driving with son
An angry Cape Town businessman has asked protesters in Dunoon what makes them feel entitled to damage other people's property.
This comes amid reports of stone-throwing near Dunoon between Killarney Road to Malibongwe on Saturday morning.
Jason Sandell says that the stone-throwers put his son's life at risk when they attacked his car.
In a video, his toddler son can be seen strapped into a car seat on the back seat, where the door was damaged by the pelting.
Just a few centimetres higher, and they would have killed my son.
Sandell, the co-founder of artisan ice cream business Las Paletas, says the violent behaviour of protesters is unacceptable.
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