A video that gained more than 2 million views went viral on Weibo this week showing 2 girls sitting on the roof of a moving BMW SUV playing rock-paper-scissors!
The girls were sitting on the sunroof facing each other while the car was driving at normal speed. WTF?
Police investigated this case upon noticing this video, and they found out that the owner of this car was drunk at that moment, so she asked another friend to drive instead.
It’s reported that this incident actually happened in Guangxi, China back in June 2018 but only went viral recently. The police have said they will still take action as it’s illegal – no matter how long ago it happened.
When the car owner’s family was interviewed, they weren’t really sure what was going on in the video either.
Police summoned both the driver and the car owner for further investigation on 3 May 2019.
So far, there’s still no news regarding the two girls who were playing on the roof of the car.
Netizens were enraged when this video circulated, making comments like, “Please don’t cause trouble to innocent people”, “How did their parents teach them?”, and “Are they stupid?”, etc.
Although we’re not sure if everyone in (and on) that car was drunk, it’s definitely inexcusable for them to put themselves and other people in danger.
Please do not drink and drive and stay inside a moving car.
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