“Whuu Bawo”: Mzansi Laughs at Video of Man Struggling to Start His Car

“Whuu Bawo”: Mzansi Laughs at Video of Man Struggling to Start His Car

- South Africans are laughing the Monday blues away as they react to a video of a driver who is seen struggling to get his car's engine running

- It seems the old man is having technical problems as the car just won't start and his antics have caught the attention of social media users

- The funny clip of the driver making attempts to get on the road was posted by Jan Van Potgieter and it seems to be becoming a favourite for social networkers

- Briefly News gathered a few of the reactions and the video clip will definitely leave you giggling and hitting the share button

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There’s a video of a struggling driver that has found its way to social media and it has brought some relief to many South Africans suffering from Monday blues. The driver seems to be struggling to start his car and although it gives a signal that the engine is running, it keeps switching off.

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Posted by @JanVanPotgieter, the old man’s attempts will definitely leave you in stitches and many Mzansi social media users have shared their comments.

Some argue they cannot afford to enjoy a ride in the old man’s car and Briefly News selected a few comments. Potgieter said:

“How I always start my Monday.”

@Ndi_Shony said:

“Lol imagine being a passenger.”

@Connie_Matabz said:

"Whuuu bawo, what a terrible week you'll have.”

@Maddie_Sebogiso said:

“Eish reminds me of my dad's old Ford.”

@2020rmsa said:

“Nisese right e back seat.”

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Taking a look at similar stories, Briefly News reported that images of a small car that takes only R40 to fill up the tank have been causing a storm on social media circles.

@_shanom has shared a collage of images on her Twitter timeline, saying she is certain the light motor vehicle can be easily filled with a few rand.

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On the other hand, @MohlaleGCR has also taken to his social media page to share snaps of the same vehicle, saying it has no power steering, no safety airbags and should be classified as a quad bike.

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Source: Briefly News

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