According to reports privy to the video, the video was captured along Thika Road whereby, a cyclist was caught unaware on camera clinging onto a speeding truck amidst other speeding vehicles.
As per the video, immediately the cyclists noticed he was been recorded, he let loose the truck and peddled to his right side of the road.
It is very risky and dangerous to cling on a speeding car as a cyclist in that , by chance the vehicle which in this case is a truck, applies emergency brakes the results would definitely be murderous.
On the other hand, one is not able to see what's ahead of him/her therefore, chances of bamping into potholes or even stones are very high and you won't want to imagine the results.
Therefore, it's a warning to individuals whom tend to play along with such suicidal acts to refrain from doing so.
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