Anna Moumakwe demonstrating how a man tried to choke her
Anna Moumakwe, a 74-year-old South African grandmother, was recently attacked by thugs but she surprisingly fought back fearlessly.
to Daily Sun SA, Mrs Anna revealed that she was leaving her home in Zone
2, GaRankuwa, Tshwane, South Africa, when a car stopped next to her.
She was going shopping
at the GaRankuwa Shopping Centre
and the man and the woman in the car offered her a lift.
On the way to the mall they picked up another woman who thanked them for giving her a lift as well.
Then the driver told her she had won a competition for old people and she was going to get a large sum of money.
They asked for her ID book and Sassa card and she said it was at home. At home she got suspicious and told them her son had her card.
Anna said: “They said they would take me to the mall but drove with me in another direction.”
Then the woman on the back seat started choking the grandmother, but she fought back.
According to her, she pushed
her thumbs into the woman’s eyes. “She let go and I kicked the door open and jumped out of the car.”
The driver stopped the car and ran after the Anna and tripped her. As she fell to the ground he grabbed
her handbag and threw it into the car.
With the man’s knee in her chest and his hands around her neck, gogo Anna fought for her life. She then grabbed his p*nis. This happened in broad daylight.
“I grabbed him by his p*nis and squeezed as hard as I could. I saw his eyes rolling in his head and he screamed in pain. I pushed him away.”
She kicked him and he staggered back to his car and drove off. Anna ran to the tar road and took a taxi to the cop shop.
GaRankuwa police spokesman, Captain Matthews Nkoadi, confirmed the incident but said no one was arrested.