Someone on Twitter who was inside a taxi took couple of pictures which have since managed to capture the attention of many South African people, after the pictures were uploaded on Twitter. On a closer examination, the pictures shows how a taxi door is closed.
Well, a belt can be seen attached to the door of the taxi. And someone sitting next to the taxi door can be observed holding the belt so as to avoid the door from opening. The taxi door clearly suggest that it needs to be fixed urgently, because what will happen to the taxi door if there is no one who can actually hold the belt that is attached to the door?
The pictures have left many South African people who are on Twitter in disbelief. Some are actually asking themselves how is the taxi able to move while clearly having a malfunctioning door.
As one would expect, people have reacted to the pictures with mixed reactions. And black Twitter didn't leave any stones unturned when they reacted to the pictures.
As already alluded above, Mzansi people on Twitter reacted to the pictures with mixed reactions. And below is some of the screenshots of people reacted:
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