A week ago, a TikTok account named @blurrblake posted a video of three men riding a Tesla car, with one on the front seat and two from the backseat. The car was running at 60 mph without anyone sitting in the driver's seat. It turns out, the Tesla car was in an 'autopilot' mode, while the three of them were drinking and singing to the tune of Justin Bieber's classic 'Baby.'

Jesus take the wheel indeed!

TMZ caught a story of a viral video on TikTok. The video shows three men, drinking and singing to Justin Bieber's 'Baby' inside a Tesla car.

Throughout the video, it was observed that nobody was sitting in the driver's seat, suggesting that the car was in an 'autopilot' mode.

Two of the TikTokers were sitting at the backseat, while the other one was sitting casually in the front passenger seat. All of them seemed drunk with alcoholic beverages-- White Claw, Truly, Four Loko, Natty Light Seltzer-- on their hands and all over the vehicle.

Of course, since the video was posted online, these men seemed to be unaware of the dangerous and possibly 'deadly' thing they've done in the video.

Here's the whole video to watch for yourself:

   @blurr.tv Tesla was the DD for the night ##fyp ##foryou ##foryoupage ##viral ##tesla ##dontletthisflop  ♬ original sound - blurrblake     

Don't leave your autopilot unattended!

Self-driving cars are one of the dreams of Tesla CEO Elon Musk for his brand of cars. In 2014, Elon first started to introduce the autopilot feature of the brand for its selected models of the car. 

According to the Tesla page, autopilot uses cameras, ultrasonic sensors, and radar to see and sense the car's environment. This robust sensor and camera suite provides drivers with an awareness of their surroundings that a driver alone would not otherwise have.  

Though it is considered 'auto-pilot,' Tesla does not welcome the idea of leaving your car without a driver during this mode. 

As explained, "Autopilot is a hands-on driver assistance system that is intended to be used only with a fully attentive driver. It does not turn a Tesla into a self-driving car, nor does it make a car autonomous.

"Before enabling Autopilot, you must agree to "keep your hands on the steering wheel at all times" and to always "maintain control and responsibility for your car."'

Guess, these TikTokers forget to read this part on the Tesla manual.

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Written by Jamie Pancho 

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