- A McLaren 720S driver can be seen in a clip shouting at a bystander who mocked him after he crashed his multi-million rand car
- In the clip, the driver tells the bystander he will never drive a car like that to which the bystander responds he can't even drive it
- The clip has received thousands of views after it was shared on YouTube by a Cape Town media group
A clip of a McLaren 720S totalled into a Cape Town pole has been shared onto YouTube by a Cape Town media group, Multi-Media Live. In the clip, the beautiful and expensive car can be seen wrapped around a light pole severy damaged by the impact of the accident.
In the background, one can hear the person recording, mock the driver for having totalled the expensive vehicle into a pole. The driver who has no visible injuries following the crash seems very upset with the mouthy bystander.
Soon the two start exchanging words as the driver tells the bystander that he will never own an expensive car like the beautiful McLaren. The bystander who does not see the need to back down, responds by saying that the driver couldn't even drive the car properly.
The video received over 17 000 views on YouTube. YouTubers had this to say about the bit of drama surrounding the over R5 million rand vehicle:
"Probably trying to show off ... No doubt he feels like a right tosser."
mike munoz said:
"I mean, both sides had equally valid points here."
In other Briefly.co.za news, a fresh businessman identified as Asim Balarabe Yazid has inspired people on social media after narrating how he invested the money he wanted to use to buy an iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Asim said instead of using the money to get the gadget, he used it to open a shisa nyama and selling food, adding that he has been able to employ three people. According to the young man, the business is growing and he has some money left to pay salaries for three months.
In his words:
"I was planning to buy an iPhone 12 Pro Max but instead I opened @suyacraze outlet. Now the shop is open, business is growing Alhamdulillah, 3 people are employed and still have remaining change to pay salary for 3 months. I believe saving to invest is better than saving to spend."
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Source: Briefly News