Trending video: FRSC official slaps motorist after being accused of breaking his windscreen
An official of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), has been captured on tape assaulting a man who alleged that he broke his windshield.
The motorist was chastising the FRSC official for the damage done to his car and was filming him in the process.
The incident happened in Osun state, though it is yet to be confirmed if the corps operative actually destroyed the car windshield.
In order to prevent his face from showing in the clip, the uniformed man than lunged a slap at the man, nearly destroying his recording device.
This caused the situation to escalate as the motorist started raising alarm and shouting at the top of his voice.
The victim made sure to take note of the official’s name tag and promised to take up the matter with relevant authorities till he is disciplined.
The incident is trending because it happened amid a case of assault involving Afrobeats singer, Seun Kuti, who slapped a police officer.
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Meanwhile, South African Disc Jockey, Themba Sonnyboy Sekowe, also known as DJ Maphorisa, was recently arrested for allegedly attacking his actress girlfriend, Thuli Phongolo.
The Amapiano music producer was reported to the police by Phongolo after the domestic incident which happened at her Sandton apartment in Johannesburg.
In her statement at the Sandton police station, the Legacy actress said fight started when she confronted her Maphorisa about their heated argument from the previous night.
Phongolo, who also works as a club DJ, alleges that her boyfriend became aggressive and slapped her in the face.
“On Sunday 2023/5/7 at about 12pm, I was at my place of residence with my boyfriend, Themba Sonnyboy Sekowe, better known as DJ Maphorisa.
“I confronted him so that we can talk about our argument, which happened the previous night during his gig.
“He became aggressive and started to punch me with his fists on my chest. He held me and took me to the balcony, and grabbed me aggressively by my neck,” said Phongolo in the statement.