Social media is in a frenzy after pictures emerged of people pushing a Ferrari in the middle of town in Zimbabwe after it had broken down.
It is not yet clear who owns the shiny red Ferrari 458 Speciale, and it is yet to be unraveled if the car had developed a failure or had run out of fuel.
The Ferrari costs over R5 million, and it has a top speed of 202 mph (325 km/h).
The car broke down and failed to start in the middle of the Central Business District in Bulawayo, the second largest city in Zimbabwe, and the driver asked three men to help him.
The three started pushing it as the driver sat on the steering wheel to direct the car.
Other drivers moving in town were quite amused by these three men pushing a broken down Ferrari, and they captured the pictures of the scene, which have since gone viral online.
Watch the video below.
Social media users had a good laugh over the Ferrari. Check out their comments below.
I was planning to get myself one Ferrari, but I’m doubting now which road to test drive it on. Lol, or I forgot to mention I was dreaming kkkkk. But Ferrari co will ban their product from being owned in Zim.
Those are signs that the economy doesn’t support Ferrari. The first Ferrari 2 b pushed in da World.
They can’t win with this Zim diluted fuel. 98percent dilution.
I saw it a few weeks ago at a service station with people milling around it. Apparently, the garage had no fuel. Here is me thinking it’s had no fuel for a while 🤷🏾♂️.
The broken down Ferrari owner is probably overseas, n umalume probably sneaked it out of the garage, then it ran out of fuel.