Pool on wheels: Creative man kits out his bakkie for a chilled braai

Pool on wheels: Creative man kits out his bakkie for a chilled braai

- A man has caught Mzansi's attention with his innovative idea

- He customised his bakkie to become a pool on wheels

- A video has been shared on social media showing him lounging in the make-shift pool

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A man has social media users giggling in both amusement and admiration. He customised his car into his very own mobile pool. In a video being shared on Facebook by South Africa Live, the man is seen sitting in an open canopy bakkie with water filled in. The canopy is lined with waterproof lining to contain the water. Surrounding him is a small table with drinks and on his yard, is a braai stand.

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Mzansi social media users admired how he innovative he was. Facebook user Nwagwu Adaeze said:

"Mobile pool ACTIVATED. Packaging and idea makes life easy.....well done"

While David Mpande said:

"Proper definition of making your self happy..."

Kuster Mvundl'obhelu Majova drew inspiration from the footage and said:

"Wow perfect. Come summer my bakkie will be my pool"

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a video posted on social media which showed a car stuck in a swimming pool. The video posted on social media showed a team effort to remove a car from a swimming pool. The footage, which was posted on Facebook by South Africa Live, saw the car perfectly fitting in the width of the pool. A couple of men tried to hook it to a low-bed truck to drag it out of the pool, but, the video ended before we could see if their attempts were successful.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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