- A 28-second clip showing the driver of a BMW knocking his friend over has made its way to social media
- The video was shared by a journalist who stated that the incident occurred in Durban over the weekend
- The BMW driver tried to show off his 'skills' and when his friend approached the vehicle, he was knocked off his feet but stood up quite quickly
A video showing a BMW driver knocking a friend over while showing off has been shared to Twitter. Journalist Orrin Singh shared the video, stating that the incident occurred on Florida Road in Durban.
Singh added that the incident supposedly happened over the weekend and that no further information has been made available.
The video starts with the driver speeding towards the cameraman and others before doing a few doughnuts. An onlooker walks towards the car and is knocked as the driver stops the doughnuts and starts straightening the vehicle up.
Take a look at the clip below:
Below are just a few of the responses the video received:
"Clearly, the guy on foot is either very drunk or just drunk. He could clearly see the car spinning in front of him.."
"Geez, how drunk (allegedly) do you have to be to not feel that and just get up..."
"On a serious note, bet there has been no arrest been made yet or fines issued for this reckless and negligent behaviour, money can buy your way even if you wrong."
In other crazy car news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a Polo driver who left the driver's seat of his vehicle for the car to 'drive itself'. Daniel Marven took to Twitter to share a clip of the driver performing what seems like an impossible and certainly reckless "driving trick" on a busy unknown road.
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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