[VIDEO] Angelo Agrizzi robbed at gunpoint at Joburg petrol station
A CCTV video began circulating on Thursday evening showing a man who appears to be former Bosasa boss Angelo Agrizzi being robbed at gunpoint at a petrol station.
In the video, his car can be seen pulling up at a petrol pump. A petrol attendant assists him, and at one point fetches the drivers' bag from the back seat then moves out of shot. In a moment, two balaclava-clad men race up to the car and rob of what appears to be a bag, before fleeing the scene in another vehicle.
Agrizzi starts driving off, and the petrol attendant runs up looking for him. He then stops the car and reverses back to the pump. He gets out of the car and stands for a moment before walking out of shot.
Former Bosasa boss has reportedly admitted the man in the video is him but does not want to talk about it.
The Citizen reported that when contacted Agrizzi said he doesn’t believe it was an ordinary crime. He told the Citizen that the men told him to ‘stop talking’, and believes it was a planned intimidation attempt to stop him continuing testifying about Bosasa corruption at the State Capture Inquiry.
On social media, some speculate that the entire robbery was staged while others agree it was an act of intimidation.
The video is date stamped 30 May 2019. Watch below: (Warning this video may disturb sensitive viewers)
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