In Kruger’s eyes, all blacks are bastards and they belong in the locations, not in public places in town.

Following the Spur incident involving a black woman and a white man on Sunday, South Africans have responded in anger, with most condemning the man’s actions. However, there are those who have come to his defence, such as Facebook user Chris Kruger Snr, who is trending on Facebook for his comments.

Commenting on the incident, Kruger said what that man did to the woman was nothing, as he did not even touch her. If it were Kruger instead of that man, the woman would have “bled”.

“All the blacks are bastards in my eyes. She should be bleeding if I was that man…for sure. Blacks belong in the locations and not in public places in town,” he said in a post that has been circulating on Facebook.

People have responded to Kruger’s comment, with one Jacque Payne trending on Facebook for supporting his comments.

“Only whites are wrong, screw you! The black woman got what she wanted, she can’t even teach her kids manners, her kids are going to be braindead taxi drivers or Jacob Zuma followers,” she said.

However, Ntuthuko M Simelane feels differently about the whole incident and seems to have a solution for all this.

According to Simelane, the only way white people will learn to respect blacks is if they kill them.

“Kill brutally the fragile and the young. Mutilate. Burn. Rape. Then our own can be protected. We have woonga boys, give them a thousand for a head of these animals. We can do something,” he wrote in a post that has since been deleted.

He defended his post, saying while he was against women abuse, white people were against the abuse of only white women.

Spur has released a statement apologising to the woman in the video, Lebohang Mabuya, and confirmed that their own CCTV footage showed the man in the video had grabbed her child “in an aggressive manner and his actions are unacceptable”.

In a statement, Spur said: “We have reviewed our CCTV footage of the incident and can confirm that Ms Mabuya’s version of events is accurate.

“We affirm our decision to ban the male customer from our stores. Physical aggression towards our customers‚ particularly against women and children, will not be tolerated.

“We acknowledge that the staff and management of the store did not sufficiently assist Ms Mabuya. We have addressed this with the store management and we are reviewing our internal procedures to ensure that restaurant staff are better equipped to manage an incident such as this. We also recognise that Ms Mabuya apologised in recent media statements for her inappropriate language used in this incident.”

Spur CEO Pierre van Tonder also said they planned to offer Mabuya and her family trauma counselling and any other support where possible.

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