See What Passengers Noticed On the Door Of A Vehicle They Boarded In Port Harcourt
By Newsmeniaf | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 12139 views
Reactions are currently trailing on social media concerning what passengers noticed on the door of a vehicle they boarded in Port Harcourt. The door of the vehicle was closed using a slide door latch instead of the normal locks of a car. The door latch was anchored firmly to the door using nails while the bolt was also fastened unto a hole.
This was revealed in a video captured by one of the passengers who boarded the vehicle. The slide door latch created a small controversy in the minds of the passengers as the latch was meant for house doors and windows.
A Facebook post by 'Instablog9ja' which also contained the video has gathered various reactions from people. Many became amused by the driver's new technique of locking his car door.
However, the reason for employing such locking techniques in locking the vehicle was not made known in the post.
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