' 'Should we bring this to the attention of the motoring public?'"The 'Spiked Oranges' is one such example which did not happen in SA but we deemed it necessary to tweet about it with the following tweet.Cape Town - Road safety group Arrive Alive and the South African Long-distance Truckers (SALTruckers) association tweeted an image of a naked woman attempting to distract a truck driver on the N17 in Gauteng.SALTruckers are investigating the situation as it involves one of its drivers. We contacted Arrive Alive for comment: Arrive Alive's Johan Jonck said: "As with all media portals it is important to avoid #Fake News and to check for facts or ask ourselves 'Is this true', 'could it be true?similar to reports received of when a lady looking to be in distress is seeking a lift (while criminals are lurking in the bushes nearby ready to pounce).It is something we deem necessary to leave in the minds of the motoring public. colleagues on side of road running to truck door @SALTruckers @Wheels24 pic.twitter.com/OWo6Ur IHB6— Arrive Alive (@_Arrive Alive) February 12, 2017Child sitting in the middle of the road Earlier in 2017, Wheels24 reported that a sheriff's office says a woman narrowly escaped being carjacked after spotting what she thought was a child sitting in the middle of the road in the dark of night.READ: Hijacking in SA - 'Quick thinking saved our lives!'"Please be vigilant and report any irregularities to the South African Police Service so that it can be checked out."Preying on unsuspecting motorists Johan Jonck, editor of Arrive Alive, said: "By law there is no legal obligation to stop and assist a road crash victim, unless you have been the driver causing the injury.
A statement posted by Arrive Alive read: "We received some info of a possible body lying on the road near the R102.It is, however, the kindness of the motoring public that motivates a driver to stop and assist."It is this kindness that's exploited by hijackers to take 'easy' possession of a motorists most likely to be unarmed and with his/her vehicle still running." Jonck says criminals believe a 'kind-hearted motorist' stopping to assist could be less likely to offer physical resistance.For more information on how to avoid possible hijackings, click here."Faith lied tome that she had separated with her husband and I believed her because she was ever asking for sex that sometimes I would have it at their garage in her car and at my house," said Tonderai."If you went through all our conversations for the past six months you discovered that I was under pressure from her as she demanded time for sex and paid me sometimes for delaying me to do my work.
I will meet my in-laws for a way forward," he said.