South African socialite Bonang Matheba is looking for the red Toyota Yaris in the picture after it rammed her car and then sped off.
In her recent tweet, she wrote: "This woman just rammed into my car and sped off!! Please help me find her".
Bonang's car collection includes a Mercedes Benz G-wagon and most people were under the impression that she was referring to it in this case.
Other tweeps felt like she was exeggerating and and told her there was no need to post the woman's car's registration number.
"You honestly didn’t have to post their registration on social media. What she did was wrong but the right thing to have done was to report it at your local police station and also your insurance company should be able to assist in tracking her", suggested Tasnym Ally.
Nomah said: "She was probably traumatised, and imagine the money you will charge her for that 🥺. You must be driving a G wagon or something , so imagine the expenses it’s not even close to her salary 💔. But you shouldn’t have showed her number plate to the world".
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