- A video has been posted on social media showing a bakkie that is not roadworthy
- In the clip, an officer inspects the rusted vehicle and is left stunned by the car's condition
- The footage left social media users in disbelief but many felt sorry for the owner
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A video was shared on Facebook by South Africa LIVE on Sunday which shows the poor condition of one man's bakkie.
The clip shows an officer inspecting the car, which is almost only made from rust. Parts of body has been eroded away while the doors don't even close properly.
The clip gathered over 57 000 views in just a day and South Africans were stunned by the footage. Some had jokes while others felt sorry for the man because it's probably all he could afford.
Itumeleng Mabokela commented:
"I don't see anything wrong with this car except that it doesn't have number plate. Otherwise full K53 there."
Duanne Haywood said:
"License disc expires 2020. Obviously some KFC money was exchanged at the roadworthy test."
Thabiso Sthabi Diseko wrote:
"General Motors please assist this man by Donating new bakkie for this man. He has shown loyalty to your brand and free marketing. Assemblief tog GM."
Melissa Strydom added:
"This is not funny. I feel sorry for the guy!"
Shane Choshane commented:
"Can somebody buy this family an old but road worthy bakkie."
John E Brayshaw said:
"Poor guy, he didn't steal or get it from corruption, just trying to make a honest living. If the country was managed properly and every one had a decent job, every one should live a decent life."
Take a look at the video below:
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Meanwhile, while one man struggles to buy a roadworthy car, another man managed to buy several luxury whips in one day.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported a man became the talk of the town when he shared a video of the luxury cars he recently purchased.
In the footage, the businessman from Joburg flaunts his rides which he bought for himself, wife, kids and parents.
Thabiso Hamilton Ndlovu showed off his vehicles on social media. He said the one Lamborghini Urus, two Porsches and two Jeeps were for himself, "the kids”, his parents and wife.
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