Wynand from 'Hugo, bel die polisie' weighs in on the Kyalami Estate fight

Wynand from 'Hugo, bel die polisie' weighs in on the Kyalami Estate fight

Wynand from the viral 'Hugo, bel die polisie' fight weighed in on the Kyalami Estate fight. 

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In 2019, video footage showing a fight between a local family has spread like wildfire on social media. The video, which was recorded by a neighbour in Pretoria North, shows a family viciously arguing and fighting.

Here is what actually happened:

Wynand Janssens, the man with the amputated leg, was painting when he heard his wife, Ronel, screaming in the driveway. He rushed to the front of the house and to find people fighting.

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Wynand, who lost his leg in a freak accident at work over 25 years ago when a 2-ton forklift fell on him, explained to the Scenic Drive team that the fight started because of his son's relationship with the blonde woman in the video. 

His son and the blonde woman were friends - nothing more. 

However, the blonde woman's boyfriend thought Wynand's son and the woman were having an affair. The boyfriend wanted to gather his friends to come beat up Wynand's son. Wynand further explained that the video was recorded more than a year ago.


Now, in 2020, a new street fight made shocking headlines. 

In the new video, a group of men are seen fighting - swinging around what looks like swords in the street. 

One of the guys in the video can be heard screaming that they should break up the fight.  

Wynand weighed in on the fight and shared some of his views about the fight. 

"The swords are really unnecessary. If it was five against one - then I would say use weapons. 

"Why we as men fight without shirts is because then the other guy(s) don't have anything to hold on."

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