By the following Monday, nearly two million people had viewed the video, and it had been shared 12,000 times. After he posted the video, Mr. Bajram was swamped with random friend requests and countless comments from strangers from all around the world.
"Someone said maybe she had killed someone and was wanting to wipe away the evidence," Bajram told WAtoday. "I've been contacted by car detailers saying, 'So that's the way you do it?' I even had a work mate today say, 'Have you seen that video of the woman washing the car?'" Mr. Bajram said that had he known the video would be so popular, he would have uploaded it to YouTube instead of Facebook.
"I'm really shocked and surprised the video went viral," he said. "If I know it was going to go viral I would've put it on YouTube and make some coin(sic)".