A videograb shows Egyptian youth driving the car with a door open.
Gulf Today Report
A video clip of a reckless young man driving his car on a highway with one of the doors of the car open has left netizens shocked and terrified
The clip showed the young man driving his car with the front door open and the driver leaning on one of his feet on the Suez Road, according to what was published by the Egyptian "Sada Al-Balad" website.
The young man drove the car recklessly between the vehicles, and moments after those terrifying scenes, collided with the young man's car from the back of a large transport vehicle.
Tweeters confirmed that the security authorities stopped the young man on the road in cooperation with the motorists.
Most of the social media pioneers who circulated or commented on the video criticised the behaviour of the young man, considering that he risked his life as well the lives of others.
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