- A KZN man has claimed that a chicken or dog caused him to crash into a house
- Pictures of the accident were uploaded to Twitter by @_ArriveAlive and were picked up by News24
- South African's found his reasoning absolutely hilarious and took to Twitter to share memes and GIFs
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In a weird turn of events, a KZN man claimed that chicken or dog caused him to crash his car into a house this is according to a Tweet from @_ArriveAlive. The tweet was picked up by news agency News24 and has since gone viral.
According to News24, the 42-year-old driver and a 19-year-old passenger both sustained moderate injuries. Initially, the driver claimed to have seen a child crossing the road but later said it may have been a chicken or dog.
Whatever it may have been, it caused the driver to swerve his car in order to avoid it. He then said he lost control of his vehicle and in turn drove through a boundary wall and crashed into a house. Fortunately, none of the people in the house suffered any injuries.
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Mzansi Tweeps were a bit taken aback by this bizarre reasoning and took to the News24 replies section with their hilarious reactions:
"@tito_mboweni please check your fridge."
"That chicken must be brought in for questioning."
"Tito Mboweni must answer to this, why his chicken roaming the streets now?"
In other bizarre viral news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a man who hitched a ride with money truck. In South Africa, not everyone can afford their own cars, and sadly, there are those who can't even pay taxi or bus fare. This often results in people getting creative to get from point A to B.
In Mzansi, we've seen people using trolleys and wheelchairs on high ways and now another man found a way to travel.
The guy was filmed holding onto the back of a cash van. The video was shared on Facebook on Wednesday by social media user Boost Justice Mokoena. The clip quickly gathered over 11 000 views and it left South Africans both stunned and amused.
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