- Nigerians on social media couldn't believe their eyes after seeing a video of a moving car whose driver powered his refrigerator and air conditioner with a generator
- The video was shared on Instagram by Nigerian artiste and social media influencer Tunde Ednut, and many people noted that there is "madness" everywhere
- In the video, the driver of the vehicle put the fridge and generator at the back of the car and attached the air conditioner to the window
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A video has emerged on social media in which a motorist in the United States could be seen powering his fridge and air conditioner with his generator while driving on the highway.
The car, which is an SUV, was captured on camera by a driver of another vehicle behind it who may have never seen such a thing before.
In the video that was shared on Instagram by Nigerian artiste and social media influencer Tunde Ednut, a refrigerator and a generator were at the back of the moving car while the air conditioner was attached to the window.
Captioning the video, Tunde Ednut wrote:
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"AS SEEN IN AMERICA: He turned on generator on a moving car to power his fridge and AC."
Reactions trail video
Nigerians on social media were surprised and soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
"Make Nigerians for know say no be only them get craze for head. Craze full Errwhere."
"No be only for Nija we dey craze."
"What’s life whiteout nonsense and madness."
"Wahala be like bicycles."
Andizi: Mzansi thrilled by scary video, car with a steering wheel coming off
In more Briefly News, the South African Long-distance Truckers have done it again on social media after sharing a hilarious yet scary video. The group dropped a clip of a driver who is seen losing control of his vehicle.
As he tried to change gears and accelerate after turning a corner, his steering wheel is seen in the clip coming off. He also asks a question as to what happened but his passenger tells him to stop right there.
Mzansi networkers are now heading to the comments section to post their views regarding the funny viral clip. The group wrote on Facebook:
“What the heck happened to that steering wheel..The cameraman needs a steady hand in times of trouble.”
@Galvin Wyne said:
“The scenario was demanding his salary.”
@Mothupi Maila said:
“Wtf just happened?”
@Prince Forester said:
“Stop here...Stop here .....I remember when mine locked up just after I entered the main road ...thank God there were no cars on the road.”
Source: Briefly News