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    Cash-in-transit hero has left SA in stitches – Here’s why

    Do you remember the cash-in-transit-hero?

    THE CASH-IN-TRANSIT HERO BECAME FAMOUS LAST YEAR

    Leo Prinsloo, the former top cop, gained instant fame last year when a video of him derailing a Cash-In-Transit (CIT) heist went viral.

    ALSO READ: Watch: NEW footage shows CIT hero Leo Prinsloo ‘taking on armed thugs’

    Now the real-life “action hero” is teaching his skills to package delivery team members at The Courier Guy.

    And it is HILLARIOUS!

    MUSICIAN BOUWER BOSCH AND FRIEND PRODUCED THE HILARIOUS AD

    Musician Bouwer Bosch who is also seen in the video produced the hilarious clip along with his friend Bennie Fourie.

    In the video, Leo can be heard giving instructions on how to defend yourself when delivering a package:

    If he comes from the front – Brakpan hand, if he comes from the side, PK with a right”

    “Uuummm, what’s a PK?”

    “Aaaaa., it’s express delivery from Polokwane to Kakamas.”

    Watch the hilarious video below:

    Prinsloo is also known as ‘South Africa’s Rambo’. He released his very own book last year.

    LEO’S GUIDE TO NOT BECOMING A STATISTIC

    Prinsloo – who became a household name earlier this year after footage of his reaction to an attempted high-value goods-in-transit heist went viral – released his book through Tracey McDonald Publishers.

    According to SAPeople, the book – titled Leo’s Guide to Not Becoming a Statistic – is a guide to living your safest life in South Africa, something which has become increasingly important as crime statistics continue to rise.

    “Straight-talking and honest – much like Leo himself – this book is an easy-to-use manual that makes keeping safe accessible, with relatable information and easy to implement tips,” Tracey McDonald Publishers said.

    ALSO READ: Leo Prinsloo: SA’s ‘Rambo’ releases his own book on living your ‘safest life’

    South African loved the latest hilarious clip. Here are some responses:

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