Thieves in South Africa wiped out a school in such a way that not even the tiles and bricks of the washroom were spared.
According to the report of the British newspaper, Utzig Secondary School located in Cape Town was closed in 2019, after six months, the name and sign of the school did not remain.
A caretaker of the school said that the school had spacious entrances and exits, beautiful classrooms and two toilet areas which were closed after being occupied by drug addicts.
According to locals, as soon as the school was closed, the thieves sold all the school equipment including bricks, windows, ceiling tiles, plumbing and blackboards and even toilets.
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