- A short clip of a driver leaving the wheel and sitting in the passenger seat while driving on a busy road has been shared online
- In the clip, the driver of the Polo car can be seen laughing with the cameraman who asks him how he is driving the car from the passenger seat
- Tweeps did not find it funny, sharing their thoughts on the dangerous act in the comment section
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Another Polo driver has been criticised by South Africans. Daniel Marven recently took to Twitter to share a clip of one such driver performing what seems like an impossible and certainly reckless "driving trick" on a busy unknown road.
In the clip, the driver of a white Polo is seen sitting in the passenger side of his car leaving the vehicle still in motion but without a driver in the driver's seat. All of this is happening when a car, in which the cameraman is sitting, drives alongside the Polo, asking the driver - who seems to be thrilled by his dangerous actions - "Who's driving this car?"
The reckless Polo driver then jumps back into the driver's seat while the car is still in motion and quickly speeds out of the camera's sight. The mind-boggling clip quickly racked up over 15 000 views from tweeps who criticised the man's reckless road behaviour. Read their thoughts below.
"Bathong so this is how they kill people."
"This is how fools kill us on the road."
"People like nonsense. Next time insurance refuses to pay out and they be crying mxm."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, A truck driver narrowly escaped harm after a group of men attempted to ambush his vehicle. In dashcam footage posted to Twitter by @rsa_trucker, a South African truck driver can be seen enjoying some local music.
11 seconds into the video, the driver exclaims: "Hawe ma" before something breaks his windows. According to @rsa_trucker, the truck was struck by a hail of bullets. The driver ducked for cover with fear clearly plastered on his face.
A second video, also uploaded by @rsa_trucker, shows the gun-wielding men emerging from the surrounding bushes as the driver takes the truck through a slight bend in the road. The men stand on either side of the road before waiting for the right moment to open fire.
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