Haden Searles, chairman of the Durban North/Umhlanga CPF condemned the behaviour calling it ‘bizarre’.
Earlier this year, the Park Hill resident’s worst nightmare came true after one of the large branches broke off and damaged her outside wall.
The precious pooch has raised more than R234 000 for the organisation since 2014.
The outfit which was on sale for £22.99, is described as a outfit that “is sure to cause some controversy at your next event”.
The men claim to be confirming the validity of IDs for the upcoming elections.
This is the sixth incident in La Lucia in the last three weeks.
To date, the authority has not received any information regarding the theft of data.
The event will raise funds for CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation SA.
Briardene resident, Siphiwe Rakgabale, believes through his business, an eco-travel and cycling business that could revitalise the area.
Because of the recent flooding, residents in the Durban area and surrounds might expect to see snakes like the herald snakes, spitting cobra and stiletto snakes.
More than 4 million chickens have been or are in the process of being culled.