Wednesday, January 08, 2014

Road officials act after woman takes bath in a South African pothole

January 7, 2014.

Johannesburg - Social media was abuzz following the story about a woman who decided to prove a point and take a bath in one of the potholes last week, a Sapa correspondent reported.

The story made front-page headlines over the weekend.

Lydenburg Guest Farm owner Alison Botha and volunteer teacher Rosie Morrison recently published photos of Morrison taking a bath in one of the potholes on the R36.

Morrison was armed with a shower cap, book, glass of wine, and shampoo.

The two women posted the photos on Facebook and encouraged people to spread the message that government had to fix potholes that threatened the lives of tourists and locals.

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Please note that the original headline to this article reads: "Officials act after woman takes bath in pothole".
Comment: There are more than just a few here in the delusional dust bowl which if given a little more time could be twin attractions to the Big Hole.


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