- A woman vented on social media that her bae had taken her car and returned it with an empty tank
- She posted an image of her fuel gauge and an exchange on WhatsApp between the two of them and a caption expressing her anger
- Social media users weighed in on the situation with their own opinions, some in support of the woman and others against
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A social media user who goes by the handle @BeingJane8 posted online that she is furious with her boyfriend who used her car but returned it with an empty petrol tank.
She was inconvenienced by her careless boyfriend when she was about to pop into the shops but was shocked to she low fuel warning light on her dashboard.
"Yoh, guyzini, Moleko wa Satane is testing me. I borrowed my boyfriend my car with more than half fuel tank. Just when I'm about drive out to the shops I find out he parked it with the tank almost empty. Entlek this guy is a bloodsucker maan. Yerrr"
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Social media users chipped in with their own opinions about the situation:
" 'Baby, I need to run some errands using your car. I don’t have money for a refill. But I’ll make sure to fill it end of the month' - that gives you options to agree / not too in case you’ll also need to use your car and don’t have enough cash to refill it."
"His approach was deceitful, but her response Woozy face. This is not the way to talk to another human, especially the person you are in a romantic relationship with. I feel once people talk like this, it’s tickets for the relationship. It’s going to be toxic waya waya."
"This is a useless thing to say. She can call him whatever? The type of people who think they can do whatever they want to others just because they provide are actually dangerous."
"Dude is unemployed which she knew and she still went ahead with the mjolo. Is telling the whole world that her "man" is unable to "provide" make her a better person coz she's "providing" for him? That's bullshit, mostly it's guys providing but we don't do this shit."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that when the coronavirus broke out across the world, countries went into lockdown, oil prices crashed and life as we knew it changed completely.
All the factors played a major role in petrol prices dropping significantly. However, now that things are slowly starting to get back to normal, SA motorists can expect a fuel price increase in the near future.
One man expressed his sadness over the coming increase after he managed to fill up his car for under R500.
A social media user, who was only identified by his Twitter handle @Lany_SKA, revealed it took him only R429 to fill up his car with petrol.
He posted snaps on the social media platform to verify his claims and wrote:
"Yeses the feeling of getting a full tank with this amount is life, yeses. Why are they increasing it though?"
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