Controversial businessman Nafiz Modack doesn’t sound like the kind of guy you want to piss off, and he certainly isn’t the kind of man you paying you a visit out of the blue.
After an incident that played out in the Cape winelands town of Worcester, Modack and his mates are facing charges of robbery and assault, reports News24.
It all went down on Tuesday when “13 suspects went to a business and robbed the complainant of his cellphone and [an] undisclosed amount of money,” explained Western Cape police spokesperson Sergeant Noloyiso Rwexana.
According to other secret sources, the man had a debt of between R20 – R30 million, although it’s unclear who the man owed the money to:
In an exclusive interview with News24 in September, Modack had said that he was involved in debt collection.
He had explained that, aside from nightclub security, he was involved in a private security company in Cape Town, three in Gauteng, as well as in debt collection for “reputable companies”, armed response, cash-in-transit security, and asset management.
Modack had said he worked with several wealthy international clients, “foreigners and big investors”, and provided security to “people right from the top, down”.
Talk about having fingers in every kind of pie.
After a fight broke out, a bit of damage incurred. When I say a bit, I mean this:
All 13 of the suspects were arrested, including Modack, who has plans to “lodge a corruption complaint against a police officer relating to an incident which played out in the police station”:
Rwexana said the suspects were arrested and released on a notice to appear in the Worcester Magistrate’s Court next month on charges of business robbery and malicious damage to property.
Photographs taken at the scene showed a group of men, including Modack, standing on a balcony at the front of the police station:
13 men to collect a debt? Damn, son, I would not like to get involved with those okes.
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