- Two physically challenged men have caused a massive commotion on social media following the 'stunt' they pulled on a busy road
- The men were captured in a trending video on wheelchairs and hanging on to a moving vehicle from its rear
- Social media users have expressed surprise that the men seemed not to care for their lives with their action
If taking risks at the expense of one's life was a personality, it would take the form of two physically challenged men who braved the odds on a busy road with their shocking act.
In the short video shared on Instagram by @mufasatundeednut, the men on wheelchairs clung to the rear of a vehicle in motion.
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In what is surprising to social media users, the men sat comfortably and showed no sign of fear as the vehicle sped.
What is still a mystery is how they managed to attach themselves to a moving vehicle. It is not also clear if the bus driver was aware of the stunt they pulled with his vehicle.
The incident was said to have taken place somewhere in Accra, Ghana.
Watch the video below:
Nigerians feared for their safety
"Moral Lesson: sometimes you just have to tag along what is already moving."
"That’s extremely dangerous but cool and spiced with sadness."
"The person making a video should have stopped them and help them than making a video."
"May healing happen one person will walk in this process."
"So if they by mistake and gets an accident to add to the one already on ground, they will say is their enemies."
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Stubborn man clings to the front of moving keke
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a stubborn man had clung to the front of a moving keke because the driver didn't give him money.
In a short video shared by @Instablog9ja, the man hung on the front of the tricycle, looking sternly into the driver's face.
The official did not budge as the keke kept moving at top speed. It was reported that he was trying to get N50 from the driver.