Engen Knock Out Punch

South Africans are rapidly sharing a viral video with an Engen employee ‘knocking out’ an aggressive customer in one punch.


We don’t make the news, we just report on it. And currently, South African social media is blowing up with a CCTV video that was uploaded to Facebook yesterday and has had almost half a million views.

The video was apparently filmed in an Engen and seems to be late at night. It shows an irate customer arguing with an employee while other members of staff and shoppers continue with their business.

The argument builds to a point where the customer threatens the employee with a mock punch but the quick reflex of the employee sends the ‘hot under the collar’ customer to the ground with one hit.

Social Media has already shared the video over 10 000 times and commenting on how ‘they know they shouldn’t laugh’ but just cant help it…

Maemo P Masege posted: “South African punch 😂😂😂😂”

Sthembiso Sithole added: “This has to be the most funniest video I have ever watched in 2017. Thanks for watching and be kind to petrol attendants 💪🏻👊🏿.”

MP Davids said: “Lights out… load shedding..😂😂😂”

Lelo Njomane Sga commented: “Give that man a Bell’s, boxing gloves and promote him to security guard”

Amon Bokako posted: “POW!!!! Right in the kisser XD That’s where the saying “The bigger they are, the harder they fall” comes from”

Mlungisi Narie said: “What a punch! He taught him a lesson! Respect, don’t start what u cannot handle!”

Watch the video below:

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