Like the Nigerian elders will say - "Wonders shall never end". You have to see the way "Mr Power" tries to pull a faulty car off road in Benin with just a rope!
Videos like this just get us all laughing here at Naijauto.com, and this is why we always bring you such Hilarious gist too.
Out of all the car towing methods you can ever think of, the man featured in the video you will soon watch below decided to become “Mr. Power” as he is seen pulling a faulty car off the road with a rope all by himself.
This man pulled his car with only a rope
This video was recorded somewhere in Benin, Edo state, Nigeria.
It seems like the man is so confident that he alone can single-handedly pull the car completely off the road with the rope until of course, a helper joined him later to push the car. But, in the beginning, we were almost convinced that the man would be a true “Mr. Power”.
Watch the video below:
What a funny man he is.
Why would anyone that isn't an Olympic weightlifter ever dare do such a thing as this man did?
The average weight of any car is about 4,079 pounds while the average weight of a regular slim man is at a maximum of about 196 pounds which we the man in the above Instagram video is clearly not. So, what in the world got him to believe he can actually pull such a massive weight of a broken car with just a rope? He must be a very funny man.
After seeing him struggling, another came to help
There was a slope over the other lane, which almost made the car crash into a wall
As a quick disclaimer from us: please note that we are highly against such practices like the one being put up by the funny man in the above Instagram video.
If your car breaks down in the middle of a busy road, the only generous effort you can make is to beg pedestrians or other drivers to join you in pushing the broken car away from busy traffic to the roadside and then contact your mechanic for a fix.
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