- A man was seen speeding down a main road in a used shopping cart and it was caught on camera
- A passing motorist captured the unusual moment and the trolley moved at approximately 80 kilometres per hour
- Video footage of the event was shared via social media and went viral
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South African roads have been a little less busy ever since the lockdown was announced.
It seems one man was determined to make the most of the increased room on the road based on a recent video.
A motorist was stunned to see a man passing him by using an old shopping cart.
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The bemused driver caught the incident on camera and shared it via Facebook.
Thabang Mahlangu shared the caption with the video:
"This made my morning 80 km/h another Schumacher."
The video can be viewed below.
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Briefly.co.za gathered that the video had a substantial impact based on the reaction.
Andrew Claase said,
"Fastest Shoprite Trolley ever."
Brendon Graham Lambert added,
"There is a camera on that slope 60km/h limit, brilliant."
Nankulo Bhuti Wakwa Sokombela said,
"Loool damn, Did you see how He Drove past that Car!! Yhoo That must have been over 120km/ph."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a video started trending via social media, which reveals how a man narrowly escaped harm.
He travelled downhill rapidly in a home-made cart. The footage had South Africans on the edge of their seats, as he was nearly struck by an oncoming car.
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