#TheQueen Actor Involved in a Scuffle. A Cashier was hit hard on the face during dramatic scuffle which involved the award winning The Queen actor. Who is well known for his character “Shaka” on the TV drama series on mzanzi channel on DSTV. He went to the garage (filling station) together with two ladies on Thursday.

#TheQueen Actor Involved in a Dramatic Scuffle

The woman who got beaten up had a black eye and she was also scratched underneath her eye as a results of the scuffle. According to source Shaka was in a filing station row.

Khoza wanted to be assisted by someone when he was buying bouquet of flowers at a filling station. The cashier told Khoza to take the flowers and pack them in the plastic himself as she was also busy with other customers. Khoza got really angry he told her were to get off.He insisted that he will wait for her to pack the flowers he won’t do it. The two women also accused the cashier of starting the fight and throwing the flowers at them.

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He is not willing to do it because it is her job to do it service the customer. The fight started he went back and fourth with the woman. The two ladies accompanying Khoza also joined in. They started to insult the cashier like nobody’s business said a source.

The scuffle broke out as they try to force her to pack the flowers which led to the flowers being scattered all over the place.

One of the lady who accompanied Khoza took a scanner and started bashing the cashier on the face, which led to her bleeding. She was quickly rushed to the Midrand police station to open a case.

Mavela Masondo police spokesperson in Gauteng province had confirmed that a case of crimen injuria and assault have been opened. Khoza and his counterpart are been investigated.

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