Lavish blesser Serge Cabonge butts heads with police

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Congolese national Serge Cabonge. Photo: File
Congolese national Serge Cabonge. Photo: File

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In a turn of events, the popular Congolese national subsequently opened a case of theft against the officers who had nabbed him, accusing them of stealing a Rolex worth R200 000 and R15 000 in cash from his Golf 5R.

According to information obtained by City Press from a member of the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD), Cabonge was nabbed for allegedly skipping a red traffic light on the corner of Grayston Drive and Rivonia Road in Sandton.

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