- South Africans are once again entertained by a delivery guy who crashed his bike into a pick-up van and immediately got a lift
- As the accident happened, the delivery guy couldn't control his motorbike and collided with a van, which moved on with him sitting on the back
- The video is seriously funny and some are arguing that this is not an accident; Briefly News brings a few comments
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A video of a motorbike delivery guy is going viral on social media channels. The man was involved in an accident and as it happened, he ended up getting a lift from the same bakkie he collided with.
It seems the motorbike had the right of way at an intersection but the driver of the pick-up van didn’t stop. The motorbike crashed into the van and instead of hitting the ground, he got lifted on the back of the van and it moved with him for some distance before coming to a halt.
South African social media users are finding the clip seriously funny and Briefly News picks up a number of hilarious comments.
Daniel Marven couldn’t stop laughing at the video and decided to share it with his followers. He wrote:
"Hahaha this accident."
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The post reads:
“So the 14klipa driver only respects 4 wheeled Cars the rest are invincible to him.”
“This doesn't look like an accident but kidnapping.”
“The real meaning of " taken by surprise."
“The most beautiful and hilarious accident I've ever seen.”
“It took a while for the woman crossing to realise the bike did not fall off the back, and where the rider in fact was.”
“Why didn't the bakkie driver just drive off with that guy.”
“Velaphi”: Delivery guy pops a 'wheelie' on his motorbike, Mzansi hilariously reacts
In another funny piece, Briefly News posted that a South African delivery guy is a hit on the internet for his skills in driving the motorbike.
The unknown driver is seen in a video popping a 'wheelie' on his light bike. Briefly News took to the video’s comments section to find out what makes this guy so special and we also select a few comments.
Some people remembered the old comedy that graced our televisions back in the 80s with its late actor, Ray Ntlokwana, also known as Velaphi.
The Facebook page also highlights a number of bad driving tendencies on Mzansi roads with a clip of one guy brilliantly reversing his donkeys into a parking bay.