Brave Lady Caught Catching Lift on Loaded Motorbike Viral Eyebrow Raising Clip, South Africa Left Concerned

Brave Lady Caught Catching Lift on Loaded Motorbike Viral Eyebrow Raising Clip, South Africa Left Concerned

  • A viral video of a woman perched dangerously on the back of a motorbike has gone viral
  • The woman is not wearing a helmet and is leaning by her arms on a sack of vegetables while the rider seems oblivious to the danger
  • Social media followers were stunned at how dangerous the activity the two were engaged in

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It's hard to believe what happened in a viral video of a woman catching a lift on the back of a motorbike.

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A young woman was filmed catching a lift on a motorbike while wearing no helmet. Image: Facebook
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The clip was uploaded on SA Long Distance Truckers Facebook page, and had over 10 000 views.

A driver alongside the pair on the bike films the bizarre incident. The woman is precariously leaning on several sacks of vegetables and looks unstable.

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According to the road safety organisation Arrive Alive, motorbike riders are the most vulnerable as they are not strapped onto the bike via a seatbelt.

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South Africans responded to watching the clip and here are some of the best comments:

Lynn Allwright said:

"Africa is not for sissies. We do what we gotta do. Brave lady."

Thando Isabella's Mum said:

"If the driver hits a pothole, l wonder what will happen to the woman."

Jarrod-Lee Naicker said:

"These people know how to survive , respect."

Ruth Jones said:

"No! Talk About Risky Business? This takes the Cake!"

Tazzla or Transformer? Mzansi man’s modified Toyota catches social media off guard as creation goes viral

Briefly News reported that a customised Toyota Tazz that is completely unrecognisable of the original product has gained traction among car lovers on social media.

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Oefentse Mphatsoe is the young designer behind the project which features parts from a dirt bin and ordinary items found around the house.

A massive rear spoiler dominates the design, and the Tazz's concept car appearance is striking with a red and black colour combination.

The 26-year-old is a jack of all trades type of person and has dabbled in IT and finance, he's currently completing a six-week welding course.

Despite it looking like it should be on a show stand rather than on the road, the Roodepoort man says the car passes a roadworthy test and is licensed.

Many social media users expressed the opinion that they didn't find the styling appealing and that it "made their eyes out". However ne of South Africa's most well-known car YouTuber's Ernest Page says styling is subjective and it's clear Mphatsoe has some design talent.

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Sean Parker Sean Parker is a motoring journalist with over 10 years' experience, who started out in the industry as the SA Guild of Motoring Journalists' Bursar student. Since then, the Cape Town-born editor has gone on to launch a national newspaper called Gears and Gadgets and worked for the country's premier online and print motoring publications before joining Briefly News to head up its Car & Tech section. He enjoys watching live sport and can't wait for F1 to make its debut in Mzansi.

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