Car spinners funeral’s peace disturbed by woman removing her knickers
CAR spinning clubs from as far afield as Mpumalanga, Limpopo and Pretoria came to pay their respects t the funeral of Bongani Makhubo, 40, of Soshanguve, Tshwane, who died after a short illness.
After the funeral at Soshanguve Cemetery, the drivers had a wheel spinning competition, revving their engines and spinning their cars in circles, spectators cheered.
At some point a young woman took off her knickers and began dancing in the middle of the spinning cars.
A John Lelaka was unimpressed:
“People are allowed to celebrate but not in a way that disturbs other people’s peace.”
This is what car spinning looks like. It is not yet an Olympic sport: