Drama ensued last night at just some minutes past curfew after a man who was reportedly drunk drove into a supermarket.
In a viral video shared by Otoyo, the middle-aged man went through the concrete wall breaking down a glass door leaving back a trail of destruction.
He later rammed into several shelves scattering goods all-over the floor, supermarket attendants and customers ran for their lives in the night ordeal.
Concern Kenyans who visited the scene rescued the man who was clearly not sober or seemed dazed from the crash.
In Kenya, weekends are always filled with drama along the highways with many drunk drivers causing horrible accidents.
A majority of young and elderly people go out to-night parties where they enjoy booze and later hit the roads.
Drunk driving is a punishable offense in Kenya and one can face jail time or even lose their driving license.
Police officers have been warning Kenyans of driving under the influence as they pose serious danger both to themselves and other road users.
It is really shocking that many are still out past curfew, this just shows how disobedient people are in following government directives to help curb the spread of Covid-19.
However, drivers who are caught drunk driving should be thoroughly punished, and licenses are withdrawn to make sure they don't risk lives again.
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