Video of drunk driver looking for "Piet" at accident scene goes viral

Video of drunk driver looking for "Piet" at accident scene goes viral

- A video has surfaced on social media which shows an intoxicated man trying to act himself out of trouble

- The man was stuck next to the road with police officers

- However, he tried to pretend that someone else, Piet, caused the accident

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On Wednesday, South Africa Live posted a video on social media which shows a man, who appears to be drunk, looking for a man named Piet.

According to South Africa Live, the man was involved in an accident and he tried to act his way out of trouble by claiming 'Piet' was to blame.

"Hit and run leaves drunk driver stuck at accident scene," the video was captioned.

Briefly.co.za gathered the video, which showed the driver actively looking for Piet at the scene of the crime, reached nearly 50 000 views in just four hours.

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The footage gathered a couple of giggles from South Africans who are in desperate need of some laughter following a week filled with news about abductions and murder.

Bongi Khumalo commented: "I love this country just a little something to laugh about with what is happening to calm the nerves, waar is Piet kanti."
Farouk Mahomed wrote: "How his brain works to cover up in his intoxicated state lol. Being drunk is never an excuse for anything. Extremely funny though."
David du Toit added: "Never knew Gordan Ramsey knew how to speak Afrikaans."
Yolande Fourie said: "How can poor Pieter leave you with the whole mess. He is such a naughty boy for running away."
Hannie Grobbelaar commented in Afrikaans: "He is just funny, something to laugh about on Facebook because it is just murder, abuse and kidnappings - which is all sad. Poor Piet went to hide with the booze that is left Sakkie."

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Take a look at the video below:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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