Videos on Twitter appeared to show Taliban fighters on amusement-park rides after their takeover of Afghanistan.
They could be seen driving bumper cars and riding a merry-go-round in the videos.
Meanwhile, thousands of Afghans have been trying to escape the capital.
As thousands of people swarmed Kabul's airport on Monday in a bid to escape the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan, videos circulating on social media appeared to show armed Taliban fighters enjoying amusement-park rides.
One video that went viral on Twitter depicted fighters driving bumper cars while touting guns.
-Super 70s Sports (@Super70sSports) August 16, 2021
In another video posted by Mediavenir, a French media outlet, they could be seen riding a merry-go-round.
-Mediavenir (@Mediavenir) August 16, 2021
Another video was said to show fighters trying out the gym at Afghanistan's presidential palace.
-Asaad Hanna (@AsaadHannaa) August 16, 2021
The hardline Islamist group ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001, when US-led forces removed it from power following the September 11 attacks. The US has reportedly invested nearly $83 billion in training Afghanistan's security forces to defend against a Taliban incursion.
On Sunday, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani went into exile, effectively handing the country over to the Taliban.
On Monday, crowds swarmed Kabul's Hamid Karzai International Airport in a desperate attempt to flee the country. Footage showed Afghans clambering aboard departing flights and some falling off the planes in midair.
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