The unnamed Durban Taxi driver is still shocked, when a pupil paid him with an underwear instead of money. The video of this confused man, has gone viral in all social media platforms. The man from makhutha taxi rank explain how all of this happen. He said, guy's here is the panty, that I was paid with by my sister on street, when she was getting off the vehicle. what hurts me is that it's a pupil, and I don't know what she is trying to say or to do by doing this. I really don't know, I'm very confused he concluded. However according to IOL SA National Taxi council (santaco) provincial manager, Sifiso shangase was also left confused, when he was on the same situation in Capetown and he said maybe kids carry extra clothes, that's the reason they forget some. Among other incidents, where people used other means to pay instead of cash. Two girls in philipp Capetown, offered to pay with a packet of Nick naks said IOL. Sources: IOL, TIMES LIVE, channel 24, sowetan live, media 24 and Enca news. Edited by khalabemgeza.
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