Lucian Mândruță was on vacation in Austria and decided to drive there in his personal car. The television personality got into the car and went on the road, but the itinerary involved crossing Hungary. What is the fate of Lucian Mîndruță in Hungary upon returning from the trip. He was shocked when he saw: “I have arrived in Romania”.
What Lucian Mândruță observed in Hungary coming from Austria. Netizens admonished him on the spot
Journalist Lucian Mîndruță recounted his experience which he had on the road connecting Hungary to Austria, during a journey by personal car.
The television personality said that he traveled a distance of 10 kilometers on the highway that connects Budapest to Vienna and noticed only 4-5 machines parked on the side of the street, in the context of which road works were announced.
Lucian Mândruță compared Hungary with Romania
In his mind, trying to be ironic, Lucian Mîndruță told himself that they were standing still because it was a Saturday.
“The same competence in transports in Hungary: A large part of the highway to Austria is restricted for works. On 10 km I found 4-5 machines. They were sitting, it’s Saturday, I suppose. Basically, I arrived in Romania much earlier”, wrote Lucian Mândruță on the social media page.
The TV personality’s post garnered many comments
The TV personality’s post went viral and people commented, claiming that the situation has been the same for 5-6 years.
“30 years ago there was a clear difference between Romania and Hungary, a difference still visible 10 years ago, now they are almost the same/ At least they have highways, we still draw them on the map…/ The dream of the Romanian to walk on the roads that are never repaired , but which must be perfect! What to see, in the world, the streets are mostly repaired in the summer and there is not much work on Saturdays and Sundays, nor do they close the construction site on weekends. Csf, ncsf!/ Let them beat us gracefully on the highways… we have in Sibiu the highway that starts at kilometer 200 :))), the highway of the sun and about 2-3 more patches of highway that if you are not careful you miss them… so that…”, are just a few of the comments left by Internet users on Lucian Mândruță’s post.
Some netizens were taken by Lucian Mândruță
On the other hand, other netizens took on the television personality for the post made saying that what happened in Hungarywith road construction equipment standing by, very rarely happens there.
“It happens once every 100 years and in bigger houses. In your country these things are the order of the day. And those workers needed the weekend. I think you wouldn’t have lasted a day with the shovel,” an internet user sent to Lucian Mândruță.