When someone buys an expensive vehicle they usually wanna show it off, However sometimes showing off doesn't go quite as planned. This is one of those cases. A video that went viral on Social media earlier today shows us a case of showing off gone wrong. Here are all the details.
A video posted to Facebook (Which you can watch by clicking the link below) earlier today shows us a strange sight, which is funny to some. In the video we see a man who crashed his Range Rover into a small river. This event took place at Canal island estates in Johannesburg. The Video continues by showing us the vehicles being retrieved by a tow truck as onlookers laugh at the situation. While the reason for the accident is still unknown, many people are speculators the man had either been drunk or was showing off.
Click the link to watch the video :
I urge everyone to drive safely and responsibly as an accident is just not worth it and neither is losing you're life. Tell me what you think of this case in the comments and follow for more news as it happens. Thank You for reading.
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