- An unidentified man has been arrested for drinking and driving after he pulled a weird stunt
- The man crashed his car into the Randfontein CBD and proceeded to get onto the car's roof to take a nap
- In a video shared widely, three traffic officers removed the man from the vehicle's roof and before arresting him
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A man has been arrested for drinking and driving after a peculiar video emerged. In the video, it's clear that the unknown man had crashed his car into the outside of a shopping centre. He then got out of his car to pass out on the roof of the vehicle.
Reports place the incident at the Randfontein CBD. The man had to be removed from the car's roof by three traffic officers. The one-minute-long video shows the officers attempting to remove the man from the roof after he sits up.
The officers get him down and are not visible for a while as they are on the other side of the car. The camera person follows through and we are able to see the unknown man lying on the ground while the officers surround him.
Take a look at the video below:
Speaking to RandfonteinHerald, Kenny Mampondo, Chief of Rand West City Traffic Department, confirmed the arrest and condemned the "irresponsible behaviour" seen in the viral video.
SouthlandsSun reported that the incident occurred on Friday, 23 October.
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a Polo driver who left the driver's seat while the car "drove itself". 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.
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