Car drifting in Kuwait is more common than you think

I just saw something super weird and alarmingly dangerous. Cars were drifting right on the road, in front of all our cars at a traffic light intersection. Just like that, they kept on drifting and drifting, like they owned the place. They didn’t care about the smoke, about the flying tyre debris, or the fact that they might drift onto a standing car and hurt someone.

I don’t like sites like this at all. And when they happen in plain sight, on highly trafficked and busy roads, I like them even less. So I called the police. I was like where are the police patrol cars. Where are your surveillance cams, the ones you put all over intersections. Shouldn’t you be seeing this in your control room… And more stuff like that.

The roads are dangerous enough without stupid immature idiot drifters. You want to drift, do it somewhere where you don’t kill us. Just spare us our lives from your stupid stunts.

This drifting happened around 7-7.30 at the traffic intersection of rd 250 and Al-Gous St., which is where I got lost trying to get back home from Mahboula. I mistakenly thought Al-Gous was the Magreb Highway, but quickly realised it wasn’t.

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