Warriors and Kaizer Chiefs winger Khama Billiat was reportedly robbed by gunmen who took his personal possessions at a mall in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Thursday night.
A local online publication, iHarare, said Billiat was robbed while disembarking from his car, with the gunmen demanding that he surrenders everything that he had. The report reads in part:
The robbers stripped Khama of his neck chains, body searched him and took some money in his pocket before proceeding to ransack his expensive Range Rover Lumia whereupon he voluntarily opened the glove compartment with even more cash jewellery and some deodorants.
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The robbers also took Khama’s bags that had Kaizer chiefs training kits and drove off in their getaway car, leaving the shaken Billiat stunned.
Meanwhile, Kaizer Chiefs media spokesperson Vina Maphosa could not confirm nor deny the incident when contacted by KickOff.com.
Maphosa said the club will provide a definitive update once it receives correspondence from Billiat.
Billiat experienced a similar incident in February 2017, when he was robbed by six men armed with AK47s at an Engen garage in Kyalami, while still playing for Mamelodi Sundowns.