After posting a video of himself ordering a burger, a young Ghanaian man is currently trending on social media.
The "rich kid" who was being escorted in a Land Cruiser also had a police escort who was riding a police motorcycle ahead of his car in the viral video that has the internet buzzing.
Others, meanwhile, have urged the Ghana Police to detain the young man and the policeman for mistreating the police escort with the siren through Accra's busy streets.
However, investigations reveal that the account's video has since been deleted from TikTok as a result of the post's viral success. Since then, people have been discussing the video on social media.
Within one hour, there were more than 200 comments on the post, which has now received over 40,000 views. For additional information on how the internet has responded to the video, see it below.
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