"It's Too Much": SA Reacts to Clip of Folks Running Around with Coffin

"It's Too Much": SA Reacts to Clip of Folks Running Around with Coffin

- A truly eyebrow-raising clip of a group of church-goers running up and down carrying a coffin in their hands has been shared online

- In the clip, the people appear to be at a funeral surrounded by unsurprised funeral-goers

- Many people could not believe their eyes and were soon in the comment section questioning what they were watching

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One will see pretty much anything when it comes to the online world. The latest clip to hit the net is of some churchgoers running around carrying a coffin at a funeral of an unknown person.

"It's Too Much": SA Reacts to Clip of Folks Running Around With Coffin
These people were running around with a coffin. Images: @Kevinbeyd
Source: Twitter
"Jesus please come down and take the wheel," @kevinbeyd captioned the clip, which he shared on Twitter.

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After watching the video. locals were left wondering what the heck was going on. Many of them headed to the comment section where they shared their thoughts on some of the crazy things that go on at funerals:

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@DanielAfricanus said:

"Ngempela thina abantu abamnyama asiphumuli, I mean after this sa mele abe idlozi lomuntu enimenza kanje bafwethu."

@zelacost said:

"Eish, the family has to now pray the corpse casket doesn't fall now."

@Mizzpurple01 said:

"I’ve never seen anything like this..."

@kevinbeyd_ said:

"It’s too much!"

In other bizarre Briefly News it is some people's nightmare to fall into an open grave and unfortunately for one young man, that nightmare became a scary reality. In a clip shared online, the man can be seen kneeling beside the gravesite while a coffin is being lowered into it.

Not long into the clip that was shared on Twitter by one of the familiar funny clip posters, @advobarryroux, the man, who appears to be assisting in lowering the coffin, suddenly falls in face-first. He captioned the clip of the unfortunate man making the untimely fall:

"Yena aya kwini. (He's going to the other side.)"

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