- A taxi driver recently went on a mini-rant after he discovered that the commuters inside his vehicle had short-paid their taxi fare
- In a clip shared online, the man explains how he decided to bring the trip to a complete halt up until the passengers forked out the cash
- Mzansi was left laughing out loud by the clip, having undoubtedly experienced the same or a similar situation while travelling by taxi
South Africans are all too familiar with taxi drama - especially those of us who have been travelling with taxis for many years. A Cape Town taxi recently had its bit of drama after the driver of the public transport pulled over on the side of the road.
In a clip shared online by @Simelane_Zatu, a taxi driver is seen standing outside his taxi, which is full of commuters, as he explains that he had decided to pull over because his passengers had not paid him his full fee of R180 and instead only paid R130.
"Cape Town taxi drama is the funniest," Simelane captioned the clip of the upset taxi driver.
Mzansi was left laughing out loud by the clip. Many of them shared their thoughts and similar experiences. Read their comments below:
"Gosh, been through that drama yaseKapa (In Cape Town)."
"Bro, it happens everywhere nase Mdantsane, unotaxi will park his Kombi where he sees fit and turn off the vehicle's engine. Those are kings bruh."
"This is honestly the better solution than turning back."
"But R50? They really tried him!"
In other funny Briefly.co.za news, a South African dad and his bundle of joy have made many people's day with a hilarious yet absolutely heartwarming Twitter post. The dad, whose Twitter handle is @Phakishi2, shared pics of his little one before and after school.
In the before picture, the little girl looks happy, wide awake and ready to take on the day ahead of her. In the after picture, the little one is fast asleep and looking like she thoroughly exhausted herself in the classroom - absolutely adorable.
"In the morning vs now," the hilarious dad captioned the heartwarming Twitter post.
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