Everyone dreads the day when their car runs out of petrol and they’re stuck with an immobile car that needs just that little bit of gas to go to the petrol station. Well, this woman certainly has a solution for that.
A Chinese woman was caught on video tapau-ing petrol in a plastic bag before putting it in her car boot. According to Daily Mail, the video was recorded by another customer at a petrol station in Houston, Texas.
The video shows the woman, who seems to be wearing an apron, standing next to a petrol pump with a fairly large plastic bag in her hand.
The plastic bag is about half filled with petrol when she realises that the bag is leaking petrol all over the ground. So, she sets it down and ties the bag up before she taking another plastic bag from her car.
She then double-wraps the petrol-filled plastic bag with another bag and ties them up firmly. She carries it to her car and places it in the trunk and the video ends shortly after.
Here’s the video:
Now, we don’t know the real reason behind this woman’s desperation for tapau-ing petrol like that, but we’ll give her the benefit of the doubt. At least she paid for it, I guess?
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