Here’s what tourists in Egypt do to get rid of taxi drivers
A picture of an old man wearing a red shirt with Arabic writing went viral on social media on Tuesday for funny reasons
A picture of an old man wearing a red shirt with Arabic writing went viral on social media on Tuesday for funny reasons.
The red shirt bearing the lines “I don’t need a donkey carriage, I don’t need a small boat, I don’t need a taxi” in Arabic.
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