- A photograph of some local police officers pulling over and stopping a Lamborghini driver has been shared online
- In the photo, the police officers and the driver of the car appear to be in deep conversation
- After the snap was shared, many locals headed to the comment section to share what they think the conversation was about
A photo of South African police officers pulling over the driver of an expensive Lamborghini has been shared online by popular Twitter user, @AdvoBarryRoux. In the picture, the cops and the driver appear to be in a deep conversation.
In the caption of the post, @advobarryroux asks his 1 million followers to share what they think the cops may be saying to the driver and it equalled hilarious responses from many South Africans.
"What do you think they are asking?" @advobarryroux wrote in the caption of the Twitter post.
Locals who never seem to shy away from making hilarious comments on the platform were quickly in the comment section sharing hilarious responses. Read a few of them below:
"This reminds me of an incident that occurred late last year the cops pulled me over and asked me what job do I do that I could afford a Porsche... I was shocked.. Long story short. They asked for an E-wallet which I sent to them and we are friends even till today."
"Why is your car so low. Are you high?"
"Who's engine is this in the boot? You are under arrest or give us 1k for Coldrink."
In other funny Briefly.co.za news, some people really have time for jokes, and two young men that were seen pranking unsuspecting pedestrians are some of those people. In the clip that was shared by popular South African Twitter user, @Kulanicool, the two men can be seen running up to random people in the street.
Naturally frightened, the people react startled by the young men's sudden approach. But before they can react, the men hilariously start to do a crazy dance much to the surprise of the people whose walking they rudely interrupted.
"This is crazy #RunItUp," @kulanicool captioned the hilarious clip.
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