- A rather peculiar video depicting a bakkie on fire while weirdly 'parked' on the side of a wall has surfaced online
- The 34-second clip was shared to Twitter by @RoyTheLeeKag who asked people to "balance him"
- South Africans were just as confused as @RoyTheLeeKag as they had tons of questions regarding the odd situation
Some things in life just don't have an explanation. That seems to be the case with a new viral video on Twitter. The video shows a bakkie seemingly 'parked' on the side of a building while on fire. @RoyTheLeeKage shared the 34-second video to the social networking site with the caption:
"Someone balance me here real quick please!?!?"
South Africans have so many questions regarding the unusual clip. While most are confused about the bakkie's random position and how it got there, others are noticing small yet noticeable things in the video that just doesn't make sense.
Take a look at the peculiar video below:
Take a look at some of the responses below:
"It's 2020 everything is possible."
"I have so many questions..."
"Even Physics can never balance you on this one. I've checked all my study guides and still not one plausible conclusion."
@sburero1 responded with:
"I’m also out of balance here."
"Eeehhh but with 2020 everything is possible."
"I learnt that in 2020 everything is possible."
@MrMokgotlwa responded with:
"Bare advanced driving."
In other unusual news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a loan shark that demanded money by spray painting a wall. The City of Johannesburg recently took to its Twitter page to advise people to budget wisely this December after an angry person demanded to be paid back by spray painting the request on a public wall.
In the hilarious post, the admin behind the City of Joburg's Twitter page also urged Mzanisi to handle their private affairs privately and to avoid vandalism to get their messages across to each other.
"We urge residents to sort out their personal issues appropriately please #BudgetYourDezemba and report vandalism to 0800 00 25 87 #JoburgBylaws"
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