- An almost ten-second video clip of two monster trucks almost colliding has gone viral on Facebook
- In the clip, a man is seen directing a truck using a rope but gets angry when another almost bumps into it
- The clip which was shared on SA Long distance Truckers Facebook page received over 1 000 reactions and 36k views
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A video clip of a truck nearly crashing into an oncoming truck has gone viral on Facebook and peeps can’t stop laughing.
In the 9-second video posted on the SA Long distance Truckers Facebook page a man can be seen directing a red truck using a rope but before they take the corner a white truck almost knocks into them.
Due to his frustration, the man takes off his shoe and throws it at the truck. Saffas could not stop laughing out loud for the funny clip.
The viral post received 1000 reactions: 102 comments and 36k views on Facebook.
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The group captioned the post:
“Wait for it.”
Abel Mwale said:
I like the sense of humour it brings me
Trevor Kini Mogale wrote:
“People are angry out there, the throwing of the shoe was not necessary.”
Carlin Carlin reacted:
Mickail Jacobs added:
“I'm surprised the actors got reverse so quickly.”
Zenande Princess Zeeyonce Mbebe reacted:
“They meet by accident.”
Tebogo D Rakhudu said:
“This just made my Monday morning. Thank you.”
Mzwandile Buthelezi said:
“Admin, Admin you just made my morning.”
Tn Helao Dipo said:
“What's going on here why hi have a truck on the rope? It's his pet or what kind?”
Chuene Les Kgole added:
“Ruthless pitbull and pit owner.”
“Tok Tok”: Mzansi hilariously reacts to pics of a mini tow truck vehicle
In more news about trucks, Briefly News wrote about when the South African Long Distance Truckers took to social media drop images of a mini tow truck that have left many people laughing.
According to a funny post on Facebook, the truck was seemingly reported as lost and the caption suggests that the owner is wanted to recover it.
Social media users rushed to the comments section to review the small car similar to a food delivery car, also known as a tok-tok.
Briefly News brings all the funny comments from the post that is going viral in Mzansi.
Source: Briefly News