A man earns money by helping people cross a flooded road in a cart

Monsoons and soggy roads often disrupt human activities around the world. Its best example was recently seen in Bengaluru, where people resorted to tractors and bulldozers to navigate flooded streets.

A man earns money by helping people cross a flooded road

Now a video is going viral showing a man in Colombia transporting pedestrians through a flooded road in a makeshift cart. However, the man does not do this for free and instead charges for his services. Maximum ingenuity!

The man transports pedestrians on his wooden cart across the road.
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The man in a blue t-shirt and barefoot is seen collecting money from pedestrians wishing to hire his services to get to the other side. He can be seen putting the money in a bottle and then moving the cart with the people across the road.

Footage also captured several cars moving on the waterlogged road.

The video was shared by a user named BAlfonzo on Reddit.

“To make money during inconvenience,” reads the caption of the post.

People react to the viral video

The video garnered over 62,000 upvotes and hundreds of comments.

“First rule of business: find a need and fill it,” one user commented.

The man in a blue t-shirt and barefoot is seen collecting money from pedestrians wishing to hire his services to get to the other side.
Screenshot/Reddit

“It would be great if he was the one flooding this street. Other streets don’t look so bad,” one netizen joked.

“That’s just enough water to be worth paying someone to help out. Very cool,” said another user.

“If you’re wearing an expensive pair of jordans, or maybe heading to the office in nice dress shoes, it’s 100% worth it,” another wrote.

“I applaud his entrepreneurial spirit. This man goes everywhere…namely across the street,” one user joked.

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