[Watch] Could this be evidence that motorists and cyclists could get along?

A pedestrian was mowed down by a taxi driving on the wrong side of the road. In a video that went viral, the pedestrian is seen trying to cross the road, doing the right thing by looking left and right but a taxi that's driving on the wrong side of the road hits him to the ground.

Fortunately, the pedestrian survived the ordeal.

Luckily he wasn't killed in that incident but it could've gone horribly wrong. The taxi driver did stop and waited for the police to arrive.

Jonathan “Khabazela” Fairbairn

In another video that's gone viral, a dog breaks a cockfight.

The dog (Rocky) calms the two cocks who have a go at each other by coming in between and breaks them up.

Finally, cyclists and motorists get along on the road.

In this video two cyclists are seen cycling in front of a car and later dropping a cellphone while riding and the motorist hoots at them to notify them that they dropped a phone.

They turned around expecting road rage but the motorist was actually being helpful which he took them to a place where the cellphone fell.

Listen below to hear what else went viral with Jonathan “Khabazela” Fairbairn:


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