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South African actor Themba-Robin has us in tears of laughter with his latest skit; this time, he shares how to avoid becoming a robbery statistic in SA.


Johannesburg, South Africa (26 July 2021) – We love sharing Thema-Robin’s comedy skits here on Good Things Guy, and his latest one had us in stitches of laughter. Themba-Robin started sharing funny videos when the first lockdown happened, and he has continued to bring smiles to our faces.

Themba is a talented, funny guy, voice artist and actor, if he seems familiar, that is because you will have seen him in a few popular TV adverts.

His latest skit took aim at Tsotsies and Skolies and was inspired by the clever staff at a Shoprite in KwaZulu-Natal that used cooking oil to deter looters from accessing their store.

For those who have seen that video, you will know exactly what happened once the crowds of looters came running. For those who have not seen the video, the oily floor prevented people from running into the store. Anyone who walked towards the Shoprite found themselves unable to stand up. They slipped and slid along, eventually giving up on the looting.

Themba-Robin adapted this idea and created a skit about how to keep the criminals away from your home. Take a look at the funny skit below.

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