Just when you think you have seen it all, another unbelievable video is shared on social media.
This time tweeps were left shook after footage was shared on Twitter, which showed young men standing on the roof of a bus- while its moving.
The video was posted on Khaya Sithile's Twitter account on Wednesday and it gathered over 121 000 views since then.
Briefly.co.za learned the footage was allegedly filmed on the KwaMashu highway, in Durban.
The video gathered a massive reactions from social media users, who asked why the police has not acted yet.
Ke Nna Mothibi, who goes by the social media handle @mo2bi, commented: "And where is this? Why wasn't @SAPoliceService not alerted of this and this clip shown to them?"
Social media user @SenZondi wrote, "Shouldn’t the police be patrolling the roads? This wouldn’t happen if police were present on the ground."
A lot of people held the driver accountable for the unacceptable footage, however one social media user felt people should take responsibility for their own actions.
Tsholofelo Moagi, who goes by the Twitter handle @MissMoagi, wrote: "Will there ever be a point were we hold ourselves and our "kids" accountable for their actions? A lot are blaming the bus driver."
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