- A group of vibrant men have wowed many people with their great display of teamwork
- The men creatively prevented a huge puppet from falling on a large crowd
- They went on to guide the puppet to make body gestures and movements like a real human
A group of young men have recently made waves on the internet by reason of their incredible teamwork demonstration.
The unidentified energetic men, in a video shared on LinkedIn by Joseph Stepke, creatively made a giant puppet walk and gesticulate like a real human.
With the aid of several ropes strategically tied around it, the men controlled and directed the path of the intimidating puppet to the admiration of the large crowd.
Their performance no doubt thrilled the crowd as well as viewers who couldn't help but hail their vibrant display.
Michele Gunn reacted:
"This is awesome, Joseph Stepke!
"Immediately coming to mind, 'There is no 'I' in team!'"
Cory Warfield wrote:
"This is so cool! The biggest puppet I’ve ever seen. Such synchronicity! Love your content (and heart) Joseph Stepke."
Avi Shakhalkar stated:
"Super brilliant Joseph Stepke. Real Teamwork!''
Sarah Scudder said:
"Joseph Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships. - Michael Jordan."
Bill Freeman wrote:
"Since you went with one of my favorite basketball coaches of all time Joseph, here's another along those same lines.
“The main ingredient of stardom is the rest of the team.” – John Wooden.''
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that 6 female doctor friends had lit up social media with their adorable group photo.
One of the doctors simply identified as Chioma shared the photo on her page to celebrate herself and her friends. She captioned it:
Lovers who are crazy about power bike set to get married, cute loved up photos light up the internet
"Me and all my girls stay winning! All doctors by the way."
In a chat with Briefly News, Doctor Chioma disclosed that she became friends with the ladies back in medical school.
The young lady said she had always known that she would be a doctor, adding that she never wanted to do anything else. According to her, despite being in medical school, she still had a social life.
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