Citizen Reporter
1 minute read
2 Apr 2019
4:25 pm

WATCH: Woman pees in protest on FNB floor

Citizen Reporter

The woman waited for an hour and, claiming the bathroom was locked, reached bursting point.

Picture: Screenshot.

A woman has been caught on camera urinating inside an FNB branch.

The woman, who clearly was not impressed with the bank’s level of service, alleged that she had been waiting for assistance for an hour, that the toilets were locked and that she was “pressed” and had no choice but to go ahead with the act.

The video showing the woman’s stunning act of protest is currently going viral.

Lee-Anne van Zyl, CEO of FNB Points of Presence responded to The Citizen’s request for comment.

“FNB is aware of a video that was posted on social media following an incident at one of our branches.

“We can confirm that the matter has been addressed directly with the customer concerned.

“FNB further confirms that, for security reasons, customers are not allowed to use back-office restroom facilities in our branches.

“The bank discourages the circulation of the video to safeguard the dignity of the customer.”

This lady was sitting for almost an hour in a Fnb branch waiting for assistance, the toilets were locked and she was "PRESSED" ????????????????

Posted by South Africa Uncut on Tuesday, 2 April 2019

This is the second unusual “protest” a South African citizen has staged at a bank in the past week.

Boksburg Advertiser reported that a woman who crashed her Mercedes-Benz car into the Standard Bank branch at K90 Shopping Centre, Boksburg, had been arrested and charged with malicious damage to property.

According to Boksburg North SAPS spokesperson, Constable Justice Ramaube, the woman was arrested on Friday at the centre, and will appear in court today.

“The bank client apparently got angry following an argument with a teller about the service, and the long queue.

“She then exited the bank, got into her vehicle, and drove into the front entrance of the bank,” said Ramaube.

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