- A hilarious clip of a man signalling a struggling truck driver has been shared online
- In the video, the driver appears to be struggling to maneuver the truck which prompted the other man to help
- Locals found the entire thing hilarious and were soon laughing their butts off in the comments section
Some people are naturally funny and have the ability to make even the most serious people laugh. A man in a recent clip shared on Facebook by Crane Operators and drivers, a man can be seen giving a truck driver the most hilarious driving signals.
In the clip, the funny appears to be helping the trucker navigate how to dispense some rubble from its back. Hilariously the man does a little wiggle so as to demonstrate to the driver what he should be doing with the large vehicle.
"Body and hand signals," the clip was hilarious captioned by the uploader.
Amused Facebookers had this to say about the clip:
Satish Baboolal said:
"Steven Starzz Michael Singh check this banks man"
Gabriel Machukhu Wanyonyi said:
"He is at work and at the same time entertaining that is very nice"
BaBa Navin Tiwari said:
"When the operator does not know that such a mall falls, he has given good side singles and has given good work and given good direction"
Moholo Messia said:
"This is hilarious"
Md Nawabalam said:
"Very good sir"
In other funny Briefly News reports, the game of rock-paper-scissors has been a childhood favourite for years, but two young men decided to take the game to the next level. Social media users decided their game was so epic, that footage of the interaction has gone viral.
The short video that captured the challenge was shared on Sunday by Brianna Kolbe (@bricheeseyy) via Twitter and included the caption: “My boyfriend literally has no problem making friends with anybody.”
In the video, Brianna’s boyfriend, Robert Meadows, decided to challenge one of the tarmac workers to a duel from a distance. Meadows said, “I like to be friendly because not a lot of other people are.” After the video went viral, Brianna tried searching for the mysterious tarmac worker and he was eventually identified as Allain Bantaya
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Source: Briefly News