- The City of Joburg has called a reckless Polo driver out after a video of him was widely shared on social media
- The unknown man can be seen sitting in the passenger seat of his car as it seemingly drives itself
- The video was shared to the official Twitter account of the City of Joburg as they made a few remarks about Polo drivers
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Polo drivers are always the brunt of car jokes. Most recently a driver of the infamous car was seen sitting in the passenger seat while the car drove itself. This video was shared widely on the internet.
Now, the official Twitter account for the City of Joburg has called the driver out for his reckless behaviour. They shared the video to the account early this morning with a bit of a witty caption to go along with it.
Saffa tweeps took to the replies section to share their responses to the reckless driver. Many made jokes about Polo drivers and their bravery.
Take a look at the original tweet below:
Here are some of the responses from Saffa tweeps:
@Molokomme_Qt quote tweeted the video with:
"It was a music video shoot nothing serious."
"Mara abantu bamaPolo are always looking for new ways to die..."
"Polo drivers have no chill yazi #PoloMusicVideo."
"Imagine what we’re gonna be doing when we get Teslas?"
Briefly.co.za previously reported on this incident when the video first emerged. Daniel Marven shared the clip to Twitter. 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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