- A video has gone viral on social media in which a cow could be seen walking majestically into a hospital ward
- A patient in the hospital quickly sat upright immediately he saw the animal approaching him
- Many people on social media wondered how the animal gained entry into the hospital to the extent of getting into a ward
A video of a cow walking majestically into a hospital ward has caused quite a stir on social media as many wondered how it gained entry into health facility.
In the video that was shared by a doctor identified on social media as Aproko Doctor, the animal could be seen walking into the facility as if performing ward rounds.
Most of the beds in the ward were empty but one patient quickly bolted upright as he saw the animal approaching.
As expected, people couldn't stop talking about the video as they flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
Tweep with the handle @official_dlaw wrote:
"This is a cow breed called the 'Bokoloje', they are naturally very gentle, never aggressive. Most do not even have horns. I have seen videos of animals introduced to hospitals to ease stress on the patients. Tell me doctor, is it wrong to introduce animals as tools of therapy?"
"We have seen videos of dangerous animals straying into houses, neighbourhoods and even golf courses around the world. Sometimes I really don't get the intention behind some of these posts. To stir up unnecessary sentiments?"
"Site inspection officer, remember he's on the database, hence a full citizen."
"We are in a period cows are running things majestically in this nation. Cows haven't had it this good, not even in India."
In other news about animals, a hair-raising clip of a man getting chased by a full-sized elephant has been shared online. In the clip, the man appears to be trying to shoo the animal away but it just keeps coming in a fearful mass of grey.
South Africans have shared various reactions to the video, many of them expressing terror. The clip was captioned:
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