- An unknown bakkie driver took their chance at crossing a flooded road during a hectic storm and it all went wrong
- Social media user @uNonhlanhla1 shared a clip of the driver, commenting on how she thought it was a stupid move
- Many social media users felt the same, however, some were concerned about the driver's safety nonetheless
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Some people just get silly when the roads are wet. One person felt confident when approaching a road that had a raging river flowing over it as a result of a nasty storm.
The clip shows the bakkie racing towards the flooded road, and just seconds later gets taken out by the raging waters.
“A stupid Xhosa from Mdantsane trying to be Vin Diesel during the storm. #casspernyovest Zodwa Mac G #backtoschool Zandile Mafe Valentine's Day Dali Mpofu Lindiwe.”
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People react to the head-shaking situation
While it is a no-brainer that the driver took a silly chance, some were still concerned as to whether they were okay.
Others flooded the comment section with sarcastic statements, questioning what the bakkie driver was thinking.
Take a look at some of the comments
“I'm concerned too hey... I mean he messed up yes, but is he fine?”
“Another mistake here is that he went there at high speed, increasing forces of water.”
“It’s not even his car, now the insurance will not pay for any damage incurred because it’s deliberate negligence. If the driver has a life cover they will also not pay because they will say it’s attempted suicide ”
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Ford South Africa officially unveiled the new Ford Ranger bakkie, which comes as a long base or a double cab. The giant car manufacturer launched the new edition of the 4x4 car on Wednesday, 24 November 2021 live on Facebook and social media platforms, reported Briefly news.
Mzansi car maniacs are already wowed by this latest offering from the United States-based vehicle maker. Briefly News looks at various social media posts from many car lovers.
According to a post by Arrive Alive on Twitter, the next generation of the big car comes with high-tech features, smart connectivity, enhanced capability as well as versatility for work, family and play.
Source: Briefly News