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A combo image shows youth throwing money from his car.
Gulf Today Report
Social media users shared a video clip from Irbid Governorate in northern Jordan, showing a young man stopping his car, which has a Kuwaiti number plate, in the middle of the road and climbing on it.
He then starts throwing money, prompting some passers-by to make a mad rush to pick up the money from the ground.
The young man appeared to be wearing a graduation dress.
Graduation ceremonies are being held in Jordan's universities these days, towards the end of the school year, according to local media.
The netizens expressed their dissatisfaction with this behaviour, which caused traffic jams in the street, and endangered the lives of road users due to overcrowding.
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