The King Shaka International Airport in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal has confirmed the incident whereby a fire engine truck was reportedly used by an employee to spray water in one of thee buildings.
The incident which happened on Tuesday 25 October 2022 was filmed and the video is being circulated on social media.
VIRAL KING SHAKA AIRPORT INCIDENT
In the video, the individual who is reportedly an angry employee of the Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) as the video was caption was filmed spraying a building within the airport with water first from high up in the air then to a couple of floors on the building itself and lastly onto cars that were parked in the vicinity. .
It is not yet clear what caused the individual to do such or whether or not it was an accident.
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The airport which was named after King Shaka, a 19th century Zulu king and has a capacity capability of 7, 5 million passengers per annum said there was no impact on operations and the incident is under investigation by the South African Police Service (SAPS).
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