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Hitching A Ride… SA Style… Number 2

You know its been a while since we’ve had an Only In SA” chuckle on PharSide… and then in one day I spot not one, but two instances of the phenomenon…

Yesterday, my friend Melody was driving near Killarney Gardens in Cape Town when she spotted this prime Darwin Awards candidate on the back of a bakkie… trust me, it wasn’t hard for her to notice…

Here he is in all his glory…

Notice the look of “what?” on his face?

Melody says that it appeared that the back of the bakkie was full so it seems this late comer landed up having to “ride on the bumper”… literally.

Pity the oke’s foot is covering a digit of the number plate, as I’m sure the kerels would have loved to give the driver an “Award Certificate” for passenger safety…

Must be a Cape Town thing, as you’ll remember this daredevil clinging to the back of a truck down the N1 back in 2009… could it be the same guy?

And then we head across the country to the KZN South Coastal town of Port Shepstone where you may spot this little bit of creative artistic genius…

Surprised it didn’t say… NLY… ONL.. fokit… STRAT 🙂

Wait for it….

Wait for it…

ONLY IN SA 🙂

[Thanks Melody; Chris]

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