Hilarious video shows gogo's reaction to fast car: 'Priceless moment'

Hilarious video shows gogo's reaction to fast car: 'Priceless moment'

- A funny video has Mzansi social media users chuckling

- It shows a granny's hilarious reaction to being driven in a fast car

- Although many were amused, some pointed out that the gogo should have been wearing a seat belt

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An amusing video has been shared on social media showing a gogo's reaction to being driven in a speeding car. The footage was recorded by her son, who was driving. Social media users were amused by her panic.

The video was shared on the South Africa Live Facebook page and has received over 1 000 reactions. Many were amused by the grandmother while others noted that she was not wearing a seat belt and were concerned about her safety.

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She kept shouting at her son, Sanele, to slow down and stop trying to end her life. Facebook user

Roy Kirpal said:

"Sanele keep her safe, buckle up."

While Lungile Khulekani Dlamini said:

"Reminds me of my my uncle and great grandmother may their souls rest in peace."

Mpu Holey Ebinda said:

"This is a priceless moment. I remember how I used to prank my late mom."

While Bohlokoane Mokhachane noted the safety hazard, saying:

"But Gogo must fasten her seat belt. Even though this is amusing and all, safety must come first."

Kennis Kenz Shipewa also noticed that gogo was not wearing a seatbelt:

"It may look nice on Facebook, but this is really reckless, Sanele at least put the granny in a seat belt."

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Boipelo Marima said:

"I remember my grandmother telling my dad to stop the car and she would walk home. We were about 30Km from her house at night."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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