- A Twitter user posted a hilarious video of a kamikaze tyre which managed to hit the only car in the area after doing a loop
- Social media users were surprised at the video and had more questions than answers
- They posed questions about why she didn't stop it and how would she explain what happened to the insurance company
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A Twitter user, Petty Chief (@Stan_Subru), posted a video online of one of the weirdest car accidents that we have ever seen. The cameras at a petrol station record a random wheel rolling into the station from the road.
It does a loop around the only car at the pumps before rolling straight into the rear bumper doing some serious damage.
The event has got Mzansi scratching our heads in confusion, so many questions but so few answers.
One Twitter user questioned why she didn't just kick the tyre to stop it.
"A simple kick would have stopped that tyre, now she is going to access for insurance."
Someone pointed out that the damage the tyre caused would have hurt the lady severely.
"Sir, did you the damage that tyre caused? That velocity is not something for a simple kick, it shattered the bumper like it was nothing."
Another person imagined that explaining this to the insurance company would be tricky.
"How do you explain this on the insurance claim? Lol I know they had a hard time."
Luckily there was someone who knew a thing or two about insurance.
"It’s an easy comp claim. If you say a tire “bounced” or “flew” into your car, it falls under comp."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that a man, Brian Kahrs, has taken the power of innovation to the next level and many people cannot stop talking about him.
In a video shared by In The Know Machines on Facebook, he converted the use of a mop bucket, a leaf blower, and an umbrella to create a creative tool of mobility.
Not only did he create a kind of vehicle, he drove it to show that it actually works. To move the “vehicle” around, the man sits in a bucket, holds the leaf blower in one hand and the umbrella in the other, outstretched in front of him.
In other news, a woman who was identified as Miss Shozi served up some major mother-daughter goals on social media.
The beautiful influencer recently got a new set of wheels - a sleek black Mercedes Benz GLC 63. However, she did not want to be the only one with a new whip and decided to buy a matching miniature ride for her daughter.
In photos posted online, the two cars can be seen parked next to one another as the mom embraces her little "mini me".
She simply captioned the post:
"Matching with my mini me."
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