The unlawfulness: Video shows 7 taxis driving into oncoming traffic

The unlawfulness: Video shows 7 taxis driving into oncoming traffic

- A video was shared on social media which showed the unlawfulness of taxi drivers

- The video shows seven taxi drivers driving into oncoming traffic in just 30 seconds

- The footage gathered over 39 000 views in just a day and Mzansi was left fuming

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A video surfaced on social media which showed a total of seven taxis driving into oncoming traffic in just 30 seconds.

South Africa Live posted the video on its Facebook page on Thursday.

"Randburg: In the time it takes to walk down a street this is how many taxis are blatently driving into oncoming traffic, unbelievable!" the video captioned.

The video gathered over 39 000 views since it was shared on Facebook less than a day ago.

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South Africans were outraged over the lawlessness of the taxi drivers and they gave their two cents' worth on the footage.

Carole Ruth Van Wyngaard commented: "Where's the wonderful traffic dept now!?"
Desiree Kathleen Rabe added: "The lawlessness in this country has gone beyond the point of no return! We are doomed!"
Pippa Quann Barker Fordyce said: "They've always been a law unto themselves, and it's only gotten worse with this type of I don't give a shit attitude! They are the Mafia of SA and they know it..."
Mgayi Manyike wrote: "We are in the era of lawlessness, blatant disregard for the law with no repercussions nor consequence."

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Take a look at the video below:

Meanwhile, not all news about taxi drivers is negative. Briefly.co.za previously reported a local taxi driver is changing the stereotypes of his profession and about men in general.

He has revealed that he buys pads and stores them in his taxi for female passengers.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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