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  • WATCH: Trolley dasher glides through Gauteng traffic


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    A trolley dasher gliding through morning traffic while skipping through red traffic lights was caught on camera by amused motorists.

    WATCH – TROLLEY DASHER GLIDES THROUGH A RED LIGHT AND AVOIDS COLLISION

    The video, shared on Twitter, has gone viral.

    WATCH: Trolley dasher glides through Gauteng traffic
    WATCH: Trolley dasher glides through Gauteng traffic Photo: Video/Twitter

    In the video, a man is seen lying on his stomach on a trolley. He uses the trolley as a skateboard.

    THE VIDEO HAS GONE VIRAL

    He casually makes his way through the traffic, skips a red traffic light and avoids a collision.

    It is not yet clear where in Gauteng this video was taken or who the trolley

    ALSO READ: WATCH: DRUNK police officers cause an accident and try to flee scene

    WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:

    Meanwhile, last month a shocking video of Alex High school learners went viral after they opted to celebrate Spring Day in a ‘BARBARIC’ way.

    Hundreds of learners can be seen yelling and throwing furniture and other items from the second and third floors.

    Big clouds of smoke can also be seen in the video. However, Mabona said nothing was burned.

    ALSO READ: WATCH: Horrifying video of a lion biting off a man’s finger

    GAUTENG EDUCATION SAID IT WAS QUITE BARBARIC

    Gauteng Education spokesperson Steve Mabona said the department said they confirmed the incident.

    ALSO READ: Puff, puff… suspended! 36 Gauteng learners captured on video smoking dagga

    “We can confirm that learners who were purported to be celebrating Spring Day on the 1st of September 2022 caused havoc at Alex High School ,” Mabona said furniture was damaged, water was wasted, and learners even interfered with the fire extinguishers at school.

    “It is quite barbaric, which we witnessed on the video footage on what was happening at that school. We just want to call upon parents to assist us in installing discipline in children because they need to understand you cannot damage anything at your school, and you expect that to be fixed.”

    Steve Mabona

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