- After the Danish Parliamentary Committee left a meeting on state capture on Wednesday, their taxi's battery lost power
- It resulted in the committee getting stuck on the side of the road
- They worked together to push the mini-bus and Mzansi was in stitches
On Wednesday, Danish ambassador Tobias Elling Rehfeld took to Twitter to share a video that was the perfect example of a "political cooperation in real life".
Rehfeld revealed that their mini-bus's battery lost power after the Danish Parliamentary Committee on Taxation left a meeting on state capture.
It resulted in the politicians getting a physical workout by pushing the mini-bus to try and get it started again.
Rehfeld shared a video of the incident on his Twitter account and the footage gathered more than 106 000 views in just a day.
Take a look at his post below:
In an update, Rehfeld revealed that a kind-hearted South African saw their struggled and decided to help.
South Africans found the footage hilarious and applauded their team work. However, they were laughing out loud over the guy on the left - who put in minimal effort to help out.
A social media user, @IAMHAMMMER, wrote:
"The guy on the left is that one dude who never fully puts all his effort into a group assignment."
Twitter user, @senamil18839595, commented:
"It took so many of you to push a taxi! It would have taken 3 Zulu guys from Bree Taxi Rank."
Another tweep, @LieberLustig, added:
"Who is the dude on the left side - he's really putting all his weight into it. May the Force be with him."
Meanwhile, in other news, EFF politician Dalu Mpofu is one proud dad. His son, Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh not only completed his PhD, but he did it at one of the world's best universities.
On Monday, Sizwe revealed he successfully completed his DPhil degree - which is the prestigious university's PhD qualification in Philosophy.
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