South Africa you will have a very difficult stop on your visit to Cardiff when he faces Welsh in a new international November window. However, the night before was not one more for the last world champions. The reason? At approximately 4 a.m., all the players and the staff of the Sprignboks They would have had to evacuate the hotel because the fire alarm was activated twice.
There is still no official communication from the African delegation but this news began to spread on social networks and was echoed in the world of rugby because of the significance of the match they have to play in front of the European cast.
According to those who stayed at the same hotel as the Springboks, the first fire alarm would have gone off around 3:58 a.m. Saturday morning.
Everyone staying at the site, including the entire Springbok campus and staff, would have had to be evacuated until the problem was resolved.
That wouldn’t have ended there, though, as the fire alarm would have sounded again at 7am, and the Springboks would have had to evacuate again.
Whether or not this will affect the team when they take on a tough team from Wales in Cardiff this weekend remains to be seen.