By now is is crystal clear that the rate of car accidents is far from decreasing in South Africa; if there are still people who doesn't want to change the bad habit of drinking, and driving. According to the report, the rate of road accident has been rapidly rising ever since the president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the country is moving to level one of lockdown and alcohol is allowed to be sold.
Clearly, people have been deprived of alcohol during the lockdown and now they are paying the score. In this picture, it can be deduced that the driver of this car is addicted to alcohol, this driver drive around with alcohol like that, and what is funny is that the driver even provided himself with some ice to cool his drinks￼ "This is addiction on other level. SA people stop this madness" said the doctor and influencer, Dr. Daniel.
People have shared their thoughts in the comment section. Many people were not pleased because drinking and driving usually result to death "Addiction level 5" said a disappointed Twitter user. "You're right Dr. D; Addictions are the problem in this country" said a Twitter user.
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