- A young man has got into trouble after driving the car he was asked to wash to buy food
- The unidentified man bashed the Mercedes-Benz GLC and caused a lot of damage to it; he could be seen in a video prostrating and begging the owner
- Social media users have flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts after it was shared on TikTok and Instagram
A car wash guy has landed in trouble after driving his client's car to buy fast food and damaging the car.
In a video that was shared on TikTok by @drive234, the car wash guy could be seen prostrating and begging the owner of the car to forgive him.
The car was was badly damaged and the young man was remorseful but the video wasn't long enough to see if he was forgiven or not.
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Taking to Instagram to share the video, artiste and social media influencer Tunde Ednut wrote:
"Why drive someone’s car that’s in your care? Car wash guy took a client’s car to go buy Eba, Ewedu, 2 Kpomo and 1 beef. Look at what he did to someone’s car now."
Many react to Tunde Ednut's post
"Wen ur village people really dey ontop ur matter."
"This fake life nor go put us for trouble."
"Lmao, 30 mins enjoyment, 30 years imprisonment."
"Omo!!! This’s unforgivable abeg."
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Young lady celebrates buying herself a car as birthday gift
Briefly News previously reported that a young South African lady celebrated buying herself a car on her birthday.
The lady with the Twitter handle @Thlolo15March took to her page to page to share adorable photos of herself and the car.
"Now that I bought myself a car for my birthday I can officially say I don’t date guys who don’t drive .. Guys it’s my birthday 15 March help me celebrate my little win ke emotional Nke le tsogeng le jeng kuku yaka."
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Source: Briefly News