- A harrowing clip shared online shows a driver of a new Toyota bakkie weaving recklessly on a Johannesburg road
- The driver of the vehicle is then captured inevitably crashing the car after scraping it a number of times before the crash
- South Africans have speculated that the man may have been drunk and criticised him strongly in the comment section
A hair-raising clip of what appears to be a very drunk motorist driving recklessly on a Johannesburg North road has been shared online by a concerned South African Twitter user with the handle @KoosdlRey.
In the clip, a person driving behind the reckless driver appears to be watching and recording as the driver nearly bumps into a number of cars and objects on the road before inevitably crashing into a pole on the side of the considerably busy road.
"Don't drink and drive," Koos captioned the eye-opening clip.
South Africans were soon in the comment section agreeing that the driver must have been under the influence. A lot of them were also thankful that no one else was affected by the driver's decision to take to the roads while clearly unfit to drive.
Read a few of their interesting comments below:
"I saw the clip, any evidence that this was indeed a drunk driver … I could not find an article or something to that effect."
"That video was made here n my regions. I waited for him to try to drive up the embankment."
"glad him/ her took themselves out and not anyone else shu"
In similar hair-raising Briefly News, sometimes the saying that crime doesn’t pay is usually taken for granted by those who are always looking to prey on unsuspecting people. However, it became reality in a video clip that is circulating on social media when a brave man managed to deal with the thugs accordingly.
A video posted by @RSA_Trucker on Twitter gives a free lesson on how to deal with robbers who always think they will get their way into someone’s belongings.
Although it's not clear where the video was shot, two criminals appear to be looking to prey on a man who just parked his car and they are seemingly demanding the keys or his valuables, but the man teaches one of the thugs a lesson.
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