A social media user has shared a video showing the moment a lady standing by the roadside was beckoned by someone driving a Lamborghini Urus.
The incident reportedly happened in Ghana.
The lady was with a man believed to be her boyfriend when the driver pulled up to them, called out to her and parked few steps away.
In the video circulating online, she left her man behind and walked up to meet the Lamborghini owner to have a chat with him.
Meanwhile, the man she was with stood by back and watched in silence as she and the car owner were speaking.
The resident who filmed the scene expressed deep feeling of sympathy for the man and said; “What man do man.”
Watch the video below:
iam_ceodontjudgeme; Is not wrong to call the lady na, let the other guy go hustle
nlekee_; Lamborghini is not anybody mate
amadi_jenn; Is not possible she must know that person
nova_alaric; The car fit be borrow pose cuz nobody go dey drive Lamborghini wey go dey toast this kind girl for roadside 😂😂😂
cherishcutie_; The guy might not be her boyfriend na. Cos if na her bf, he for no stand there Dey wait for am
_ohans; Thus why I’m single this right here .. y’all bxes will make a niqqa kill himeslef before he make it
sharpedgesphc; Urus with no escort 👏👏👏 wow in Nigeria 🇳🇬 ?? That’s amazing
paul_gco; Man no do man anything, if you don’t own a car avoid women suffer alone ……🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭
mayorkings_; Do u know how much that Lambo is – more than 300m vehicle 🙌 nobody is to be blamed here😂😂
liljeffie; Lamborghini Urus In The Trenches Isn’t A Joke Thing, He Can Have Any woman he wants 🍝
martinez00hour; God punish poverty! 😂 she is not to be blamed. Nobody go see light, agree to remain in dark 😂
In other news, a honest Nigerian man passed off on a chance to be over one million naira richer after money was mistakenly credited to his account.
The guy known as @KingOpeOfAbj on Twitter said 1,900 BUSD equivalent to N1.4 million was deposited into his Bitcoin wallet and he had the thought of using the money to celebrate this December.
He said he thought of booking flight to Lago immediately and commence steady ‘balling’ with the money. However, he had a change of heart because he later realised that it was not miracle money.
He wrote; “Earlier today someone mistakenly deposited 1900 busd to my Wallet, that’s like N1.4m, lots of thoughts came in like Abi na December miracle money ni, make I rush book my Lagos flight go do 2weeks balling back to back with 1.4m. But then I knew… It was NO miracle money, this is definitely someone’s hard earn money and it’s December, what if it was my money?
I mean it could someone’s whole year savings so i decided to leave it while waiting to be contacted by the owner or customer service which happened this evening. It was fully refunded. Well… guess I won’t be oppressing nobody in Lagos this December.”