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A gentleman causes stir online for sharing main road with different vehicles instead of using the pavement.
A video trending on social media platforms shows a gentleman who has been in traffic as he pushes a wheelbarrow.
The young gentleman seen in the picture was in the traffic with his wheelbarrow in the middle of other big vehicles without using the pavement.
When he got into traffic, he waited for the traffic light to give directives before he could move to his destination. He stood in the traffic light and waited patiently for the the traffic light to go green before he could go.
According to the video, some drivers who didn't know exactly what this gentleman was doing asked him to move and get out of the traffic.
This has made the wheelbarrow pusher trend on social media for respecting the traffic light.
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