- A truck carried a Boeing 737 through Gauteng roads to Fourways Mall
- It will be stationed at Kidzania, an interactive city for children
- While South Africans were awestruck, others felt inconvenienced
A flat-bed truck carried a large Boeing 737 through Gauteng roads to Fourways Mall, Johannesburg, on Tuesday morning.
Briefly.co.za learned that the plane will be stationed at Kidzania, a Fourways Mall-based interactive and educational indoor city for children aged between two and 14.
While some residents were fascinated by the plane, others expressed how they felt inconvenienced by traffic delays.
Some residents couldn't understand why authorities didn't move the plane over the weekend. Others even asked why it couldn't be flown.
See more reactions below.
The Kidzania indoor city measures a massive 7,000 square metres, meaning there's plenty of space for it.
However, some residents were not aware of this fact and the whole exercise seemed perplexing:
Fortunately, one resident saw beyond the inconvenience:
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