- A local granny has gone viral on social media after clumsily dropping a bottle of pricy booze
- The hilarious clip was shared by Twitter user @kulanicool
-Mzansi found the video absolutely hilarious and took to the comments section to share their reactions
A local granny has Mzansi laughing hard after dropping a bottle of Gordon's Gin while dancing. The viral clip of the break-dancing gogo has amassed more than 90k views on social media already and Mzansi can't stop reacting to the funny grandmother.
Twitter user @kulanicool took to social media, sharing the hilarious clip. It's clear the gogo might be trying to keep up with her younger drinking buddy's, flexing her dance skills and agility by holding the alcohol bottle on top of her head.
Her boastful behaviour definitely had some hilarious consequences as soon she drops the alcohol bottle, to the utter dismay of her friends nearby.
''Just like that'' @kulani cool captioned the clip.
Mzansi social media users found the clip absolutely hilarious and took to the comments section to share their thoughts. Read some of their comments below:
"Lmaooo yavela yaphela iMood"
"“Asambeni “ part changed all the mood"
"I felt that "Asambeni"
"This lady was done. She wanted out"
"I blame the lady on the left for tickling her."
"That lady was simply asking for the bottle to dash because she could see the danger."
"The girl wearing crocs is not happy"
In some more funny stories, Briefly News previously reported that a video recently emerged on social media in which some people could be seen riding their suitcases instead of carrying them.
Sharing the video on his LinkedIn page, a man identified as Jon Steinberg wrote:
"Now you can ride your suitcase instead of carrying it."
The suitcase called Modobag was invented by Kevin O'Donnel and it costs $1,495 (R20 000). It can go a distance of about six miles after a single charge.
Reacting to the video, Samuel Twain said:
"I mean really. Is this even a problem? We are so lazy now that rolling (since most luggage has wheels) through the airport (which is usually well under 6 miles) is too much? "This is not inspiring, it is depressing."
Kieran Archer commented:
"It’s fun, that’s about it. I would get one just for the laugh."
Daniel Holmstock said:
"Good for people that have an ailment or handicap, but to see healthy people ride this is another attempt to tempt people to become lazy. Again, had this been marketed to those ailing in health perhaps, but no otherwise."
Dr Tariq uz Zafar commented:
"Cell phone batteries have been known to explode .... what are the safety requirements for this bag in the hold of an aircraft?"
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