The video of a car wash boy who got himself into trouble after reportedly driving a customer's car to buy food has been causing reactions on social media.
The car wash boy was seen prostrating and begging the owner of the vehicle after he crashed the whole front bumper of the Benz car which is worth over 20 million naira.
The car wash boy allegedly took the customer's car on a ride to buy food but he ended up crashing the vehicle. People were also seen pleading with the Benz owner but he was also complaining about the rate of damage to his car.
The story of the incident has generated a lot of mixed reactions on social media platform.
Below are some of the reactions from Instagram:
Daddy freeze blamed the owner of the car for giving the key of such expensive car to a boy while others pointed out that fake living is what is affecting youths of this generation.
Photo credit: Tunde Ednut, Instagram
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