[WATCH] Chilling video of convicted murderer Sandile Mantsoe with a wheelie bin
Chilling CCTV footage of Sandile Mantsoe dragging a big black bin into which it is alleged he put the body of Karabo Mokoena is doing the rounds on social media.
The video was admitted into evidence during Mantsoe’s trial where he was sentenced to 32 years in jail.
Главная часть инаугурации — Путин, в течение шести минут молча шагающий по коридорам Кремля навстречу новому сроку.— TJ (@tjournal) May 7, 2018
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Elsewhere on What's Gone Viral with Khabazela, some internet geniuses found watching Russian president Vladimir Putin take that long walk to his inauguration in silence, interminable...and decided to spice it up.
So this video editor added the Bee Gees’ Staying Alive song as an accompanying soundtrack for his walk.
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