Glenn Gerber Found Guilty Over KFC Scottburgh Incident

KFC Glenn Gerber

Glenn Gerber of Scottburgh has been found guilty of crimen injuria, following the viral incident in 2019, where he hurled vulgar abuse at KFC staffers. The entire incident was caught on camera by customers and CCTV footage. The 49-year-old Gerber has been fined R20 000 or 2 months in prison with the prison sentence being conditionally suspended for 5 years.

Gerber was convicted of insulting the manager of the KFC in Scott Street, Scottburgh, using a racial epithet. According to the Mid South Coast Rising Sun, Gerber was able to pay R2 000 of his fine immediately with the remaining R18 000 will be paid off in increments. To read other related stories on Glenn Gerber tap here

Source inputs: Mid South Coast Rising Sun

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