- A video of a stubborn cow has surfaced on social media where a group of men is seen trying to fend off the cow from eating their fruit and veg
- The video clip has left South Africans laughing but many have argued that the cow’s owner must pay the damages
- At the same time, some of the reactions have lashed out at the men called ‘softies’ and failing to chase the cheeky cow away from their valuable product
- Briefly News went to the account holder’s comments section and picked up that some believe the cows are also suffering from the lockdown
A video clip reflecting a state of desperation where a stubborn cow is seen eating fresh garden produce has left South Africa in stitches.
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A video has surfaced on social media of a group of men attempting to remove a cow from eating fruit and vegetables in a stall next to a busy road.
While there are voices that can be heard laughing at the stubborn and hungry cow looking like a bull, South Africans have shared contrasting remarks.
Some have questioned the men’s masculinity whilst some have admitted that indeed these are challenging times for everyone in Mzansi.
Posted by @AdvoBarryRoux, one would swear the video was captured in Cape Town or somewhere in Gqeberha based on the isiXhosa accent used by those in the background.
Briefly News takes a look at the funny reactions from social media users who are left giggling.
“Expropriation without compensation.”
“So much cheek from the cow.”
"If the fruit and veg business doesn't go well, they can open up a butchery....I mean it's called livestock for a reason.”
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“People of Alex, is that white brahman bull still there?”
“Owner must pay the damages caused.”
“Even cows feel the effects of the lockdowns.”
“So all those old men can’t think?”
Briefly News reported that a local granny had Mzansi laughing hard after dropping a bottle of Gordon's Gin while dancing.
The viral clip of the break-dancing gogo had 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.
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Source: Briefly News