If bottle stores had a drive thru: Video shows strange car crash

If bottle stores had a drive thru: Video shows strange car crash

- South Africans saw the funny side in a normally serious situation after an interesting video emerged on social media

- The footage reveals how a motorist drives through the parking area of a shopping centre, goes off course and crashes into one of the liquor stores

- Social media users highlighted the irony that the driver could most likely be intoxicated based on his driving skills

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!

Normally a video containing footage of a car crash would ring alarm bells and trigger concern.

A recent video had quite the opposite effect as South Africans saw the funny side of it all.

In the video, a motorist can be seen driving slowly through the parking area of a shopping centre, but then seems to lose his bearings and crashes into the liquor store.

READ ALSO: Video shows quantum group stealing bakkie spare tyre and upsets Mzansi

Quick-thinking social media users couldn't help but notice the irony of it all as there was a high probability that the driver was intoxicated.

The video was shared by South Africa Live via Facebook on Wednesday and Briefly.co.za noted the strong reaction.

There were numerous comical responses as South Africans tried to figure out where it all went wrong.

READ ALSO: Woman thanks nurse for taking care of her mother in touching post

Renette DeWet commented, "I love how everyone approaches with caution."
Nkululeko Cirha Cebuka asked, "And then? This person drove past all those parking slots and accelerated straight into that pillar? I feel sooo bad for him/her though."
Clem Morops said, "Well, it probably happened where it all started."
Willie Keyl added, "When someone not even capable of driving a bicycle, can afford a car."
Letsatsi Molo asked, "At this state why are you still going to tops?"

Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY’s news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!

Source: Briefly.co.za

Mailfire view pixel